Keep it simple
In our quest to play better golf and hit better golf shots we tend to complicate things. No doubt you have heard the phrase 'paralysis by analysis'.
Trying to position the club exactly the way Tiger does it seems like a great idea but might not be for you. If you are built differently and wired differently then it may hurt your game !
If you really want to play better golf and shoot lower scores then try this: • Accept your bad shots and move on. Don't dwell on them. Carrying negative thoughts through to the next shot surely isn't going to help. • Have one (and only one) swing thought or image as you play. This allows you to focus and concentrate but doesn't bog you down or over load you. • Vizualise the shot you want to hit before you swing - don't just aim and hope. As you warm up for your round, use just a short iron. We tend to swing our short irons with better rhythm and control. Apply this rhythm to all your clubs as you play and you are guaranteed to hit the ball better - leaving you free to score great!