Monday Morning Caddie – Play more match play against your personal par

by Jordan on February 27, 2012

Today’s segment of the Monday Moring Caddie is talking how you can help your game by playing more match play games. But playing match play against your personal par. If you don’t know what a personal par is, read the three posts I have below talking about why it’s important to have one. Hint, Tiger Woods used a personal par growing up!
I also talk about why Nick Faldo is the best analyst in golf. The six time Major champ always has great insights and tips to help your own game. Click play below to see what tips you can learn from the tour pro’s this past weekend!


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Lots of reading for you to catch up on!

Last weeks segment of the Monday Morning caddie

Monday Morning Caddie 001 – Two massively important reasons why Bill Haas won the Northern Trust Open.

The three posts on personal par

Tiger Woods developed a personal par as a kid, have you?
Don’t let old man par push you around anymore!
The golf world has a lost a legend – Old Man Par has been shot!

A couple posts on visualization

Visualize on the course positively for reaffirmation
One of the most important parts of a pre shot routine is visualization

Lastly another great tidbit of information from Sir Nick Faldo

Nick Faldo on the importance of breathing during pressure situations 


Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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