My #1 Tip For A Pro Pre Shot Routine

52 Ways To Lower Your golf score without practiceTip #50  from my book, “Break 80! 52 Ways To Lower Your Golf Score Without Practiceis about connecting your conscious mind to your unconscious mind just before you swing or stroke your putt to execute a really good pre shot routine that lines up your shot. As I’ve said a million times, you golf your best unconsciously, that is, without thinking.  Therefore, it only makes sense to FIRST, communicate to your unconscious mind EXACTLY what it is you want to happen! You want your golf ball to go to a specific target, right? The hole, a landing spot for a chip, a spot on the fairway, etc.  Do this for EVERY shot with tip #50 below from the book. 

Greens and Fairways,

Craig

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50.      How to really play target-focused

 

target focusedEvery golf instructor on the planet advocates  target, target, target and I talked about that earlier.  Here’s how to boost that in reality and get that habit into your cellular intelligence.

As usual, you can do this at home, during warmups, in your backyard for putting and chipping too. Set up to your shot or putt like normal and get all ready to hit/stroke it.  Do your pre-shot routine just like you always do.

Right before the moment of truth where you start your backswing, look up at the target and stay looking at it while swinging or putting. You won’t believe how well you still hit the ball without looking at it and you will be shocked at how many putts you make.  Believe me, if blind golfers can break 80 without ever seeing the ball, so can you.

golf playerWhat are the benefits? You will learn to connect target and ball together in your mind as you swing or putt.  You will be sending an even more powerful message to your unconscious mind what you want the ball to do.

You will really learn how to TRUST your swing. For putting, you will discover awareness of how to keep your body very still and feel the clubhead travelling square down the target line.

Golf Digest published a study in 2005 that found that many golfers actually make more putts while looking at the hole while putting!

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