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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
A [glib] tip for the obstinate
Though it has been repeated since the beginning of time, or at least golf, ("Don't try to kill the ball, stay rhythmic and smooth and make solid contact" -- and endless variations on this theme), it appears that some individuals have a rogue
neuron misfiring somewhere in their grey matter and simply cannot stop themselves from swinging hard. (Gee, I hope they don't have a similar problem with the accelerator pedal in their car ). Perhaps they think that if Tiger can swing hard, why can't they? Well, the bottom line there is that unless your golf swing fundamentals, balance and athletic ability are as good as his ... you just can't. (I suppose you
can; it's your game.)
But, rather than give up on these neuronally afflicted souls, I will offer the one tip that may increase the odds (however slight) of their success (and at
some level that's what golf instruction is really about: increasing a player's chances of success). Here's the tip: If you're going to swing hard, at least make sure that you simulate what you plan to do, as closely as
possible, in your practice swing(s). Don't take a smooth practice swing and then jump out of your shoes at the ball. Practice swing with the same tempo and intensity as your swing through the ball will be and you might have
better luck ... and may your deity of choice be with you -- you'll need all the help you can get.
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