Greatest slump in a long time
Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:44 AM
On a side note, it is nearly a 1-1 inverse correlation between skill level and body of work measured.
You ask a tour player how they’re doing, you get, “The last 12-18 months have been pretty good.”
You ask a plus/scratch...”I’m doing well this year.”
Low handicapper, “This season has been pretty good.”
Mid...”The last few weeks have been up and down.”
High...”My last round was terrible.”
Hack...”I just shanked my last shot.”
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Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:51 AM
I'm mainly a feel player but I've developed a sound swing through the years. I think it's mostly a question of confidence to begin with, but I don't know how to at least stop this to get my confidence back. Plus I've gone out of sync and my swing is on the fast lane lately. So if you have any tips to start with, I'll appreciate. Thanks.
My guess is that only you are putting this pressure on yourself. I doubt others care what you shoot. When I'm playing poorly I wish I could play like someone else. When I'm playing well I only want to be myself. If you want confidence there's no magic formula. Go fight back. Work on your game and earn it. Too many times I or others try to reinvent the wheel when it comes to golf. A 3-month slump isn't so bad, try 3 years now that's a slump.
Posted 16 April 2018 - 03:10 PM
Ask yourself, what was I doing with the club when I was hitting the ball well that I am no longer doing? Get back to that thing and the problem is solved.
Edited by juststeve, 16 April 2018 - 03:10 PM.
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