I am yet to meet a golfer who enjoys playing poorly more than playing well. To this end golfers are happy to try new things if they believe it will help them play a little better and win the weekly bet with their buddies. Too often they fall short in their efforts not because the information they are using is bad, but rather because they don’t know the best way to make a swing change.

Learning new swing patterns and repeating them enough times that you are able to produce them on call takes time. It will also entail you following a particular process. It is not as simple as read a swing tip, think about it when you swing and expect it to perform under pressure. If it that easy we would be on TV playing for a million dollars every week.

In this video I outline the process I use with all my students in making changes to not only the full swing but also the short game. It is a process I have used with fantastic results for many years and will work for you too.

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I hope you enjoyed this post. As always comments are welcome and appreciated

Good Golfing

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