What you should practice as a junior + Coaching tour pros?

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Welcome down to Finch Friday, a weekly round up of questions fired across to me on social media 🙂 This week we look at what junior golfers should be practicing + if I would coach tour professionals + much more


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John Cunningham says:

Me and my friends play for pro vs

adam porter says:

Thank God…Finally someone else that advocates gambling on sports for minors. When I was a kid, I played Varsity Basketball. Our coach used to bet us $5 a ball on 5 three point shots (a make= coach pays me $5; a miss= I pay coach $5). I got REALLY good at making 3's, I led district in 3 point %, and took $15 to $20 off coach Mac every week. Although I mostly used the money to buy alcohol and by the time I played college ball, I had a heavy drinking problem. Moral of the story is, gambling is ok when done for the right reasons in small amounts, but don't drink kids.

Owen Crawford says:

What if I eat 18 mars bars during a round

Andrew Nelson says:

everything is so useful there's not one thing pete that you do that hasn't improved my game in some way

Joseph Del Giorgio says:

Love the junior tips

Jeanette Howlett says:

Dried mango and pineapple = ??

Jeanette Howlett says:

Pete, I am moving to Singapore this summer so I could try and get you out there as long as you pay for your flights

Dalton Northcutt says:

do you have any fun drills for chipping in general


Spooky you mentioned the coffee research. Last weekend l had a black coffee just before my round in the knowledge that it would give me a slight pick me up for want of a better term. l shot 42 front 9. My best 9 holes ever. Back 9 of 54. Definitely felt the stimulating effect wear off in the closing holes. Will try again today making sure l have another coffee at the turn. ? ⛳

wesley Darrow says:

Great video Pete can you make a video on getting more backspin by the green

Mod143 says:

Instead of the $1, you could also bet a ball.

Adam Flynn says:

As an alternative to gambling kids (naughty Peter) buy a little golf trophy off the Internet and play ur mates winner takes the trophy home-made can get 1 engraved with champion gfer on it or something similar and they only cost a few pounds/dollars really does make u focus better and compete more and that does help u improve faster ?

Malcolm A. says:

What's wrong with this Finch Friday vlog? NOTHING AT ALL!
Brilliant stuff; just what I needed after a tough day at the office.

Colm Devine says:

Instead of gambling money, me and my friend used to do whoever lost the chipping comp or whatever had to buy the other person a drink of lemonade for £1 if we were getting something to eat if we were down there all day. Same initiative to win but won't leave you with a gambling problem in the future lol.

Kenneth Attaway says:

Old guys like me still put something on practice shots…putting, for instance, we all drop a quarter on the green, closest to the pin picks up the quarters…good fun and helps with lag putting…

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