2016 Junior Orange Bowl R4 14 thru 18

Video details;
Tournament: 2016 Junior Orange Bowl, Day 4 holes 14 thru 18
Leaderboard link: goo.gl/tdYYT5

Tournament Website:

Karl’s details at time of this video;
Age: 15 years
Height: 5′ 10″
Handicap: Plus 4.0
Karl’s website is www.karlgolf.info
Karl’s Facebook Athlete page is
Karl’s Twitter is
Karl’s Instagram is KoalaKarl2001
Our Email: pauls@westnet.com.au

23 thoughts on “2016 Junior Orange Bowl R4 14 thru 18

  1. Far from a easy chip but Karl is good at chipping! I am good at chipping too but not as nice as Karl lol! Great win bro!! Keep it up!!!

  2. DAMN this was good TV, so to speak!

    Karl's got an all around great game! Full college scholarship anywhere he wants to go level game.

    But honestly, he's got so much talent and potential, unless he wants to tweak his back doing keg stands and dumb sh*t at a frat party in college, I'd skip that whole scene all together and go straight for the minis or the tour if he's good enough.

    He WILL be making money playing golf at some point. It's just a matter of not doing a Try Tryon, whom I played with in a couple AJGAs. While an amazing striker, the kid needed to learn some yogic breathing to learn how to settle his nervous system.

    On top of the core strength and flexibility being the top things Rory swears by for his distance and accuracy, in my experience, Kundalini yoga (the deepest of all yogas), which incorporates core and flexibility exercises, will more importantly make your nervous system incredibly powerful and melt away tension of the body, mind and soul. And give you the experiential tools for total energetic self mastery. I cured my herniated disc doing it after being in the same situation as Tiger and being told I needed the surgery.

    Tiger never tried it because he has Western allopathic medicine goofs who are trapped in a system that doesn't know how to help the body heal itself. I hated hearing Tiger keep deferring everything to his doctors. Like he had no agency over his own body. He sounded like a kid instead of a warrior.

    Kundalini yoga was used by Sikh warriors to prepare themselves for battle. It's simultaneously the hardest workout (especially of the nerves and subtle energies you need to master in golf, which often get blocked up by traditional exercising), and the most relaxing thing you can do. It's ALL about the breath. The breath is life. Pranayama is very important for the mastering the body.

    No one will ever truly master the body or mind until they master the breath.

    Try some classes with a master Kundalini teacher if you can. There are also many spiritual insights and philosophical aspects a good teacher will bring to the class, which will keep your head in the right place.

    Learn to master a handstand too. It will help your game.

    Also look into the Wim Hof Method… For strengthening, but also healing should you need it.

    These are incredible secrets people are just starting to rediscover.

    And see this inspirational video of phenom snowboarder Shaun White. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFz52xVQIos
    His cold water lake training is essential to maintaining the resiliency of his system.

    I'm a former college scholarship golfer now instructor myself, and I will state unequivocally that Karl's got it man! It's hard to say what his weaknesses are really. Due to his length off the tee, when he's on, it seems he could compete on Tour right now. Even on his average days perhaps.

    I want to see this young buck become the next Tiger or at least a reasonable goal of top 100-200 in the world living the good life. His Pops has primed him well for this to be a real possibility down the road!

    No pressure, and no expectations though… He's got to want it like nothing else!
    Although when you're this good, and you keep getting better, it's hard to imagine burning out.

    Congrats to my range buddy Ben Silverman here…

    To put these articles in perspective… Karl's got about 10-15 years on him and I think he's better right now than Ben is!…
    At everything but putting and maybe his long iron approach game!… Basically the hardest parts of golf to really dial in consistently.

    It's going to be a fine life for Karl and company. We can see it already!

    Place a bigger bet than Rory's Dad did for the K-Dog to win a major within 10 years (see halfway through the film).
    I know I am!

  3. Your competitors must have felt such despair when that dropped. Like are you kidding me I gotta hole out for a playoff?

  4. Congrats to Karl and your father, this father's dedication to his son's game and well being is top notch. 👍👍👍

  5. He has excellent concentration with all the crowds. And the chip in! Me playing local tours we only have the parents. He said Joaquin Nieman was in front of him. He is on the tour now!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *