The Light Switch

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9 Responses to “The Light Switch”

  1. Wounderful tip must Apple to

    • Hey Michel!

      Thank you! Maybe the light switch came on for you?:)
      I hope so

      To Your Best Golf

      David

  2. Hey Michel!

    Thank you! Maybe the light switch came on for you?
    I hope so:)

    To Your Best Golf

    David

  3. August 14, 2012

    DougKing

    David,

    As an ‘intelligent’ golfer, one of my problems is too much thinking during the actual swing. I have been trying the ‘light switch’ on the range for the last 2 days and have found that it gives a freer, more consistent swing.
    Must remember when I play next!

    Doug

  4. mentalist

    August 14, 2012

    David Breslow

    Hi Doug,

    this is a common “problem” as we are taught to use our minds in all walks of life—think, think, think!

    Yet the paradox–“less is more” cannot be ignored. You truly do play your best golf when doing less and the light switch allows that to happen.

    As Tom Cruise was told by his captors in “The Last Samurai”, When you fight, you must have “no mind”.

    Same for playing your best golf!

    Seems counter intuitive but it’s not!
    Keep us informed…

    David

  5. October 25, 2013

    MichaelSkeels

    So

  6. September 1, 2015

    RaymondCHASTEL

    It’ s a common understanding That those who succeed are ” SINGLE MINDED ”
    Golf is nĂ´ exception .
    Think only ” TARGET,TARGET,TARGET “

  7. September 1, 2015

    DickFremberg

    I like the idea of the light switch but I think my light is burned out.

  8. December 11, 2017

    SteveWeber

    Great tip, I’ll try it. Here’s a suggestion for a future tip: We’ve all hit a bad shot, dropped another ball out of frustration and hit a great shot. Inevitably someone says “The second guy is always better”. How do we get ourselves to play like the second guy, the first time?

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