Motor Learning

Dr. Tim Lee - The Science of Acquiring and Retaining Golf Skills

Dr. Timothy Lee is a professor at McMaster University in Toronto and is one of the world's top experts in motor-skill learning. He has co-written one of the best known motor-learning books of all time. He's also a 1-handicap golfer and shares his insights into overcoming motor learning issues when training golfers.

Trillium Sellers - A Framework for Teaching All Motor Skills Including the Golf Swing (Part I)

Proponent Group member Trillium Sellers recently got her masters degree in Motor Skill learning and here she shares waht she learned while at school reviewing the research available on the topic. She explains how the research can be transferred to teaching and coaching golf. This presentation was during the 2014 PGA Show.

Trillium Sellers - A Framework for Teaching All Motor Skills Including the Golf Swing (Part II)

Trillium Sellers Rose - "Being Uncomfortable": The Challenge in Learning, Part I

Trillium Sellers Rose has a Masters Degree in Motor Learning and Control from Columbia University and is widely considered one of the top young teachers in the country.

Trillium Sellers Rose - "Being Uncomfortable": The Challenge in Learning, Part II

Trillium Sellers Rose has a Masters Degree in Motor Learning and Control from Columbia University and is widely considered one of the top young teachers in the country.

Matt Kluck and Dr. Dennis Sweeney - Use Games to Speed Learning

Matt Kluck, Proponent Group member who teaches at Mount Lebanon Golf Course in Pittsburgh, PA, and Dennis Sweeney, PhD., explain the science of using games to engage the brain while practicing to speed improvement.

Bryan Hepler - Tathata Golf Movement Training: A Revolution in Golf Instruction

Tathata Golf's founder Bryan Hepler shares his quest to simplify the motions needed to play golf in this presentation from the 2016 Proponent Group Summit. Hepler has spent more than 30 years searching for a better training method and found it in the study of how martial arts trains movements. This 90 minute session covers the basics for how Tathata uses martial arts methods to develop proper golf swing-related motion.