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dont worry #578

If you worry about winning you won't, if you focus on doing your very best you will.

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Thanks to: lauren - chicago - USA. - rec.:Aug 27, 2002 - pub.:Oct 1, 2002 - sent.:Jul 10, 2015
Visualizing is a Crucial part of your Iron Game. #843

You may have Heard it over and over again that you are too fast on your Back swing or Forcing your follow through, you are not alone, that was me until a friend told me how he dropped 8-10 strokes by a simple but effective drill he got from an Old pro he played golf with last summer.
Here is the simple drill that you must practice on the driving range with almost immediate results when done correctly.

1. While aligning yourself to the target, always make sure your left shoulder is pointing at a 10' radius around the flag, depending if you draw or fade, if you draw aim 10' right or if you fade aim 10' left of the flag.

2. When you take back your swing keep your Iron Blade as low as possible and straight back as if you are having the feeling of stretching for the ground as you take it back, this is a crucial part in your swing to give you a larger arc and it helps to keep your left arm straight. Keep both of your arms close to your body as if it feels like your hips are moving your arms.

3. This is the second most important part of your swing, after you make your back swing and it Naturally Stops, your next vision is to feel for the ground on the down swing, focus on trapping your ball and not how hard you hit it, we all want to hit it hard and we can after properly trapping it. You need to have the vision of approaching the ball from behind it as you rotate through the ball keeping your head down, you should notice your ball shooting straight out with more speed on it. You want to feel as if you are hitting the ball with your hips, by keeping low going back and focusing on hitting behind on the down swing it forces your body to automatically turn within the imaginary barrel.

That’s it, just by practicing this it will guarantee help your game, it helped my
friend drop 11 strokes and I dropped 9 strokes the next day after learning it.
It makes a lot of sense when you get secret tips from those who make Great Money doing it.

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Thanks to: Norman Chun - Maui - USA. - rec.:Dec 3, 2002 - pub.:Dec 6, 2002 - sent.:Jul 27, 2013
Attitude #908

Attitude is what you do when the coach, parent, teacher or any supervisors are not looking.

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Thanks to: Nick - Tamaqua - USA. - rec.:Dec 14, 2002 - pub.:Dec 14, 2002 - sent.:Jun 18, 2014
Stroke the Ball, Don't Hit It #759

If you are looking to have a strong, powerful swing and not a misguided hack, stroke, rather than hit the ball. The difference can be seen when examining a short putt, when it is easy to stroke the ball. Hitting is not an option for a short putt, which makes it the easiest shot in golf. No desire to hit the ball allows a stroking, swinging motion. Perfect this technique for short-distance shots and you will find increasing accuracy and distance with your long shots as well.

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Thanks to: Pete Prestipino - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Nov 5, 2002 - pub.:Nov 5, 2002 - sent.:Aug 4, 2013
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