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When you practice, don’t be afraid to exaggerate!

The subject today is When you practice, don’t be afraid to exaggerate!  Welcome to the Mel Sole Golf Monthly Golf Tip brought to you by Mel Sole, Director of Instruction and Master Professional at the Mel Sole Golf School, located in Pawleys Island, SC.

When you practice, don’t be afraid to exaggerate!

This month I would like to talk about exaggerating your golf swing when you are trying to make changes to your swing.  When you have taken a lesson and the teaching pro has made changes to your swing they are going to feel uncomfortable.  In order to make those changes permanent, exaggerate the move you are trying to accomplish.  If you are making a grip change, hit balls with a small swing first with a lofted club until the change starts to feel comfortable before you move on to fuller swings.

The Method.

What you think you are doing and what you are actually doing are two completely different things.  The only way you can reconcile this in your head is to repeatedly videotape your swing.  When you can see the swing, you will know how close or far off you are to the desired positions.

 

Source: Mel Sole Golf School.

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