As we look to those crisp autumn days of leaf rules and beautiful scenery, we’ve been through a long season already. What’s left to work on? Horty says there’s plenty. This episode, Paul will address what kind of club should we should use for that gap between our wedges and driver. Irons or hybrids? Later, he’ll discuss the the Ryder Cup.Read More
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This week on Hit Your Second Shot First with Paul Horton, Horty talks the elements, the voodoo of sand play, and who’s the Player of the Year in Horty’s HandicappingRead More
On this episode of Hit Your Second Shot First with Paul Horton, This episode we are going to talk about how to approach competition. And for coaches, how to get your pupils ready for it. Plus a look back at the Open Championship and forward to the Canadian Open. And on Paul’s Pointers, Horty will talk about the short game— perhaps the most overlooked part of scoring.Read More
This week, Paul and Bruce are on the greens at the Heritage Pointe Golf Club in Calgary, Alberta. In Paul’s Pointers he’ll give us a little guidance on Aim Point Putting which Paul has helped to
introduce in Canada. Then, in Playing The Field, Paul assesses the U.S. Open just
completed at Shinnecock Hills. And Paul makes a big announcement! Listen to find out what it is.
In this episode, Paul Horton and Bruce Dowbiggin head to the teaching tee - they talk about how to prepare for a season of teaching. Paul provides his insights as PGA professionals prepare for the peak season of providing the best lessons possible to your students. Knowing your student, their background, and who they are to mold your lessons over the summer months. Paul also lists the teachers and books who have influenced his teaching and what he recommends to fellow PGA professionals.
This is the first episode of Hit Your Second Shot First: The essential new Podcast from Paul Horton, PGA of Canada Coach and Instructor of the Year. Paul’s Pointers, Handicapping With Horty and unlocking the mental game from beginner to Tour pro.Read More