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Do you want to boost your brain - win your game? I'm Karl Morris one of Europe's leading Performance Coaches.  Whether it's sport, business or pleasure, the real key to success is to go from thought to ACTION and MAKE the changes happen.

Oct 3, 2019

Today we have a wonderfully informative show for you.

We are in the company of one of the hottest coaches in the game at the moment Brad Hughes.

Brad talks about both his playing and coaching career.

As a player he won five times in Australia and once in the United States.

He set a tournament record of 268 (24 under par) in the 1998 Australian Masters which still stands today. He also holds the record for the largest winning margin on the Asian Tour when he won the 1996 Players Championship by 12 strokes

We talk about winning these tournaments and his mindset that allowed those wins.

How he really looked very closely at the GOLF COURSE and came up with a very clear plan of how he was going to beat the course architect.

Being absorbed in the golf course

How he developed his game

The influence of Greg Norman

How he struggled when he went away from his own golf swing and tried to build a swing based on the opinion of others.

How he built his own teaching philosophy

What he came to believe were THE fundamentals

Nothing to do with the ‘standard fundamentals’

The ‘four thirty path’ into impact

How this ONE concept can really change so much

Impact and beyond

To stop hitting at the ball

What do you need to do?

How the backswing is not THE thing

Developing swing feels not swing thoughts

How a SEVENTY year old man transformed his game

Taking the game from range to course

Making the transfer

Becoming your own best coach

A real deep thinking coach who is having a lot of success with top players When you listen to his thoughts you will understand why

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