When any golfer becomes consumed with intricate and often conflicting moves or swing thoughts, the game instantly becomes more difficult. Worse yet, by putting the focus on the “improved” information, the golfer may be hurting his or her game instead of helping it. In the end all he or she ends up doing is building more and more unnecessary moves into the swing, thereby making consistency nearly impossible. Not to mention that the game will become work and not fun.
In this e-book, I aim to bring perspective, clarity, and context to your golf game and its improvement. The key, in my experience, is to keep it simple while gaining a thorough understanding of the game. That’s the way great instructors like Britain’s Ernest Jones and John Jacobs did it. Why not imitate the best?