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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.

Feb 11, 2022

Today on the Brain Booster we have PGA Tour Legend Hal Sutton.

Former Ryder Cup Captain and winner of the USPGA Championship in 1983

Hal shared some wonderful and honest insights into his game, his development and his view on the modern game.

Going back to the PGA Championship in 1983

On the back nine on Sunday Hal had his hero Jack Nicklaus chasing him down. He had a number of consecutive bogeys and by his own admission the thought of being labelled a ‘choker’ came into his mind.

Yet when it REALLY mattered Hal was able to summon an inner strength to get the job done.

He explains HOW

Hal talks about the key influences in his career

The coaching of Jimmy Ballard

The mentorship of the great Byron Nelson

The conversations they had and how one single insight gave Hal the ability to hit the final tee shot to win his major at Riviera

The experience of being a Ryder Cup Captain

The reaction of certain players

The pairing of Tiger and Phil

How they responded

The fall out from being on the losing team

The questions and the opinions from other people

How the defeat affected Hal for a LONG time afterwards and how he had to rekindle his love of the game

Hal was also very candid about his relationship with his father

What they would change if they had their time again

The mistakes that can be made and more importantly what to do about them

Such wise words of advice that is so valuable for any parent of a promising junior player

A really informative session from a top player

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