Golf books often start with grip /stance / posture as the fundamental of our game. But by the time readers have turned the pages to chapter 4, they’re now so bogged down in technique that they’re having mental cramps.
Whatever swing you’re making, that’s the objective. If you’re struggling with ball striking, why not: get to the range; clear your mind; forget about distance and a target; and swing with only the objective of square contact? Let us know how that went.
We get so obsessed with getting the ball around the golf course that we often lose the joy of making square, solid contact. If you’re shooting in the 90’s or even higher, forget the scorecard and think “square, solid contact”. Come and see us. We can help.