Lately I have been struggling with my own golf game. The main reason is that I am thinking FAR too much while standing over the ball. Being an INSTRUCTOR is something I love but at times I tend to over analyze my own game and this causes me to think to much.
So I decided to dig out some old magazines for any golf swing tips because my BALL STRIKING has become that poor. If you’re a first time reader I should tell you that I write a lot of posts on this site regarding course management, short game and the mental game. All three areas are the easiest and most efficient places to lower your scores. Trying to give golf swing tips over the internet is hard because I cannot see if you’re doing the drill properly, unless of course you take advantage of my AMAZING offer and sign up for Golf Swing Analysis Program.
With that being said, today’s post will be a swing tip that EVERYONE of you should read careful because it comes from the mouth of the greatest player on the history of the game, Jack Nicklaus. Here is what Jack has to say about SWING THOUGHTS;
“My last thought before I take the club away isn’t a thought at all, it’s an image of me swinging slowly.”
Most of what I talk about in regards to the mental game deals with visualization. These words confirm that you should start VISUALIZING more on the golf course because if the best player of all time did so, then why aren’t you?