There is no such thing as finding your level and playing to it. Golf is about constantly striving to get better and to succeed you must learn to take more risks, says mental game expert Gary Leboff.
Your round of golf starts well before the first tee you need to prepare correctly and learn to keep your anticipation reined in to reach your potential. Mental game expert Gary Leboff explains.
Learn this technique and on-course (and off-course) distractions will become a thing of the past. Mental golf expert Gary Leboff shows you how to achieve perfect focus whenever you need it.
Russell Smith is the head professional at Gleneagles and one of the original Golf Monthly Top 25 Coaches
In 2004 Golf Monthly set out to compile a list of the top British and Irish coaches. A group of around 120 nominated pros was whittled down to 25 as our judgement process assessed their ability to communiate with golfers of all ages and abilities.
Golf can be frustrating, but losing your cool will only make things worse. Mental golf expert Gary Leboff addresses the anger issue and looks at improving the way you respond to mishaps.
Steve Cooper was added to the list of GM Top 25 Coaches in 2006. He was recently awarded Advanced Fellowship of the PGA
Based in the West Midlands, Andy Dunbar coaches the England ladies team
Alasdair Barr has coaches numerous Tour players to glory including Luke Donald. He is one of the EGU's most knowledgeable coaches
Steve Robinson is based at Sandburn Hall GC in Yorkshire. He has coached players of all abilities for 25 years
Neil Marr is based at Meldrum House Golf Club near Aberdeen and coaches former Open Champion, Paul Lawrie
David Ridley is an EGU coach and has helped both European and US Tour players to glory
John Jacobs explains how being in the correct frame of mind will help your game.
Banish negative thoughts - banish negative shots. John Jacobs explains how.
Celebrate with style - it will help your game.
Golf psychology expert David Norman, gives you some tips on how to focus on the positives in your game.
The PGA Tour remains in Hawaii for the second week of the 2007 season where strong winds are expected to make life difficult for a field which includes Vijay Singh and Michelle Wie
Top 25 Coach Gary Alliss offers a mental game tip for matchplay golf
Top 25 Coach Gary Alliss underlines the importance of self control in matchplay golf
Top 25 Coach Gary Alliss says it's OK to switch your strategy depending on how your opponent is playing