Low Shear vs. High Shear Coil

Low Shear vs. High Shear Coil by TJ Tomasi College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research If you use the modern coil in your golf swing, will you still be playing ‘good golf’ when you’re 76? Note, I said ‘good golf,’ not good golf for 76! Recently in an Els for Autism Pro-Am Golf…

Golf’s Golden Gift – The Kinematic Sequence

Golf’s Golden Gift – The Kinematic Sequence by Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research In all sports, there is a sequence of motion that maximizes performance better than any other – a golden sequence that all the great players in that sport adhere to. They may have stumbled on…

How to Aim Small to Miss Small: The Four Target System by Dr. TJ Tomasi

To help you pinpoint your target, use a four-point reference system that takes advantage of the way your eyes naturally gauge distance and direction. Once you have a clear image of your shot, pick a specific target where you want the ball to land (Target 1). Then pick a marker – a tree, fence post,…

Aim Small to Trigger Your Brain’s in-House Guidance System

Aim Small to Trigger Your Brain’s in-House Guidance System By Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research It’s safe to say that most golfers don’t aim correctly, and, the farther away the target, the more ambiguous their aim becomes, until with the driver, they’re aiming like “north,” which is a…

Find a Gatekeeper

By Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Imagine the number of people tugging on your cape if you were the #1 golfer in the world – to safeguard yourself you’d need a gatekeeper (such as a trusted coach, an agent, or a parent) to protect you from bad advice…

How You Create Long Term Memory

Dr. T. J. Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research There are three steps to creating memory: 1) First you sense the experience (see, feel, hear), (2) Then, it’s held in short term memory (STM) while you evaluate what to do with it, and (3) Finally, you either forget it…

A Grip for Your Yip

By Dr. TJ Tomasi, Keiser University College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research South African star Charl Schwarzel uses a putting grip that’s designed to keep the right hand from overwhelming the left and shutting the face, a common cause of missed putts. He’s placed two tees in the form of a gate…