This exercise is labeled “post tournament review”. I have my players fill out after each round of golf and/or every tournament. It is a summary of all the rounds under competition. Gathering feedback about your physical game, emotions and feelings in different situations will help you understand your game better and improve faster

You may not play in “tournaments” but it is all relative. If you are competing on the weekends against your friends in the local skins game, this would be a tournament for you. A tournament gives us the best feedback in order to improve our skills.

JJ Wood, PGA Director of Instruction


During my life pursuit to become a world class player and coach, I was blessed to play and coach alongside the best minds in golf. PGA Tour winners, major champions, NCAA Championship players and coaches. While coaching with current Oklahoma State Coach Donnie Darr, I learned the importance of “owning your game”.  Anyone can achieve this when given accurate information fo what actually matters and consistent execution to the process.

I will give you the PROCESS, through practical practice plans, drills and exercises. With proper guidance and tools used by PGA Tour professionals, you will know exactly what to work on and when to do it. If a “washed up” teaching professional like myself qualified and competed on the biggest stage of golf, playing less than one round of golf per week, imagine what you could accomplish in your game!

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