This one is very important. One one side, the Tour pro says I do this subconsciously, then in the same breath he says I need to rotate the knee and push off the right and drop in the slot, etc…THIS IS WHY GOLF IS SO CONFUSING TO LEARN!
You cannot be two places at once — period. So, you either follow a trail of thinking like a breadcrumb trail through the ball to your target or you deliver through a task without thought, just intent. Wisdom in Golf has this structure for you in spades; it will show you the way from task and or analogy of what you already do well, then plug this into the golf swing and then apply to golf shots and keep you on task and prevent you from falling off the rails from fear of doing something wrong. In our book, you are incapable of doing wrong!
Me and My Golf: Top 5 driving tips (plus one of our biggest giveaways ever)
In this week’s Impact Show, we share with you five of our best driving tips that have helped many of our students and online members knock shots off their scores!
WATCH: When to chip with your 60-degree wedge
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