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August 19, 2014
Hey David – great tip and the video quality on this was super. I continue to benefit tons from your mental golf tips. Keep ‘em coming
This is a really good tip. I have already tried it in my living room and i like it.
Greetings Coach So good to see and hear you again / once again great tip my question is i have two swing thoughts “Coil and Touch ” ok or too many /Your thoughts /Would you relay a message to Paul say thanks for the shank tip i hit several chips resting back on my heals and it made the difference / stopped the invader /Ask him if hitting chips from back on the heals from now on would be ok / I hope one day i can shake both of your hands and say thanks / but until then THANKS DAVID AND PAUL
August 20, 2014
Glad you are doing well. Shanks are not good. Pretty soon you will end them forever.
There is a pretty common phrase on all golf courses, which is: “Man I am too stupid for this game!” When I hear this I just reply: “No, you just try to be too intelligent for thais game!”
Thanks for that great explanation of what a thought does in our system!
I wish everybody would just go and see your wired-to-win program! It puts everything together!
Very interesting lesson from you ,Dave :other golf psychologists on the web promote ” UNCONSCIOUS ” golf ,without any explanation whatsoever .You’ve done it :many thanks !
Do you really mean you should avoid any swing thoughts whatsoever ?
When I swing ,I concentrate on my tempo,counting in my head ,So not to go to fast in the backswing .
Would you advise not to count at all ,and let it go ?
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