TAKING YOUR GAME FROM THE RANGE TO THE COURSE
Many golfers are unable to transfer the lesson they received from a PGA pro on to the course. This is not all about the technique, but rather controlling tempo and tension on the course. When I watch my students on the course, three things change – Tempo, Body Tension and Expectation of Result. On the range the expectation of result is not too important as a golfer is working on his or her swing. The body is relaxed and the tempo is consistent, because there is no intention to hit too hard, or worry about how far the ball is going. Playing well on the course means transferring the same tempo and lack of body tension from the range. This should be the focus, rather than technique.
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