Struggling on the course? Just name that tune
ver have one of those days when you’re driving it great but can’t putt? Or your irons are dialed in, but you keep dumping chips? It’s hard to be a complete player because different shots require di erent mind-sets and skills.That being said, there are easy adjustments you can make to transition from one part of the game to another. Here I’ve used song titles from the 1980s to make the points easy to remember.Work on these moves in practice, then recall the songs when you play. You’ll strengthen the weak links in your game. –
EChris Mayson, Posing your finish with the driver means you didn’t rush down from the top of the backswing or try to steer the ball into the fairway. Instead, you gradually accelerated the clubhead so it was gaining speed through the strike. That gradual momentum allowed you to complete the swing in balance
Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying you have to swing slow to pose your finish. You can swing as fast as you want, provided you can hold your finish for five seconds without rebalancing. Watch how fast Rory McIlroy swings, yet he looks like a statue when he’s done.