1. Bunker Setup: Doesn't like to stand too open, just slightly left of the target line places left front foot 60 degrees open and points left knee at the left toe. Likes to lower into shot, knee flex nearly matches the shaft angle at address. Sets up work station puts in target line then a 90 degree line for ball position, believes ball should be off left heel then a foot line just a little left. Swing path slightly left to target line but only slightly left. 2. Grip: Believe
While I was coaching one of my students Steven Tiley at the KLM Open this year we got the chance to spend some time with Brett Rumford. Brett is known to have one of the best short games in the world if not the best and is great at explaining his methods. Read below to see my personal notes from the session: 1. Used a Titleist 58 degree SW, 4 degrees of bounce similar to a M grind. Was ground extra from the tour truck at the heel.
2. Looked a lot at the granulation of the
The Confidence Cycle: Confidence is knowing you can do something based on past experience. Confidence is based on having a good technique but many people think that if they can just get their technique right they will be confident. Once you get the technique right your level of confidence increases but it is still often short of where it could be. After technique we move onto skill. Skill is hitting lots of different shots with that technique different lies, uphill, down hill