On the range with Ross Fisher's coach
Ever wanted to know what a top pro does when he goes to meet his coach? Me too.
This is the man who has coached Fisher from a raw, big-hitting amateur to fifth at this year's US Open, topping the greens in regulation stats for the week.
Fisher also led the Open by three shots early in the final round at Turnberry, only to slip away, but he has won twice on the European Tour in only five years as a pro.
So what's the secret? How often do they meet? What do they focus on? How long is a practice session? Is it just the swing, or do they look at other things? How long does it take to make changes? Is it just like a lesson you and I would have with our local professional?
I'll aim to get to the bottom of all of these questions and see if I can't bag a few swing tips to share around while I'm there.
So if you want to know how you build a top Tour pro, what makes Ross tick, what a typical coaching session is like, or just get some advice on your own game, send your questions in and I'll put the best to Kristian.
And if we all come out of the exercise having shaved a couple of shots off our next round, it'll have been worth it.