Great Play Comes From Commitment

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4 Responses to “Great Play Comes From Commitment”

  1. A very sound instruction lesson .Dave ,about commitment . Any athl

    • Hi Ray,

      Sounds great! Whatever works is terrific!
      Reminds me of a movie called “Executive Decision” w/Kurt Russell and Halle Berry–Kurt had to fly a big luxury liner ind she yelled at him to “just fly the plane” and he did–got past all his anxiety just like you–“just hit the ball!”

      Simple and Direct:)


  2. January 16, 2018


    A sound idea ,Dave ,to show this excellent video lesson again .I commented on it 5 years ago…. .It reminds me of the famous film(THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE ) with RANNULPH JUNNAH playing against BOBBY JONES and WALTER HAGEN at SAVANNAH ,with mysterious BAGGER VANCE advising him how to take composure .There is one scene showing how BOBBY JONES enters into his routine and getting committed ,just as you say,and BAGGER VANCE telling him to do just that !
    You should avoid a sloppy preparation by all means !

  3. January 16, 2018


    Great idea. To me, this will help me maintain focus, which has been a problem in the later holes. When I get tired my swing suffers as does my concentration and focus. Thanks.

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