Dec 10, 2020
Today on the Brain Booster we are joined by popular European Tour player Ryan Fox. We have been working together for a couple of years and it was great to catch up with Ryan and discuss his maiden European Tour win and well as some of the challenges after that. Also the response of golf to the global pandemic.
We also got the chance to look at Ryan’s fascinating sporting background. How important sporting genetics are we cannot say 100% for certain. But what we can say is that the Kiwi has a pretty good set!
Ryan’s grandfather Merv played cricket for New Zealand back in the 1930’s and 1940’s in the days when you had to travel for weeks on end by boat to get to play test matches against England. His father Grant Fox was an outstanding rugby player and represented the New Zealand All Blacks on 46 occasions and was a member of the team that won the inaugural World Cup in 1987
We had a good discussion on the concept of individuality
What it takes to win your first European Tour event
How to look at your game so you can uncover YOUR way to play your best
Just because everyone else seems to be doing it doesn’t make it right for you
How it is vital to separate the game of golf you play from your identity as a human being
When the boundary blurs we put way too much pressure on ourselves
How to connect back to a sense of fun in creating shots
How the bad times have been a great opportunity for Ryan to work out what truly matters
The future and what it COULD look like
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