The Golf Coach
GolfWest is pleased to have Trevor Moore as a regular columnist on our website. Trevor is a “Class A” member of the Canadian Professional Golfer’s Association (CPGA) and has been teaching and coaching golf for 13 years. He is the founder of and Head Teaching Professional at Advantage Golf Academy, located at Cottonwood Coulee Golf Course in Medicine Hat, Alberta.
Cell phones may just have found their place on the golf course with new applications for tracking yardage and lining up shots.
Try adding some variety to your game by switching up which set of tees you play on. The forward tees are sure to test you just as much as the back ones.
Can watching golf on television really improve your ability on the course? Trevor Moore has the answer.
Don’t let gloomy weather get you down; there are plenty of ways to improve your golf game off the course.
The Golf Coach warns that there's no instant gratification in golf. However, identifying some common mistakes may help shave a few strokes off your game.
Keeping your perspective will help you improve your score.
Spend as much time preparing to sacrifice the old as you are committing to learning the new and you will find success comes much quicker than you ever thought possible.
In the never-ending pursuit of great golf scores, players often need to change their line of thinking as much as they do their swing mechanics.
Considering how the weather has panned out the past two months, odds are you will end up playing golf in the rain at some point in time this season.
Golfer beware—Golf pro Trevor Moore advises on the correct use of video swing analysis.