Arguing With Your Golf Swing

Have you ever had an argument with yourself about your golf swing. You know, when you are hitting the ball well (or poorly) and you decide that you need a change. The change many not be required, but you start to have an internal dialogue with yourself about how to squeeze that little bit extra out of your game. Sometimes this internal argument lasts for seconds and others for much, much longer. It really can be a game changer for your golf swing and usually for the worse.

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Opening the Door to Poor Swing Habits

Golfers in northern climes generally feel pressed for time with respect to improving their golf game. In my location, we will have a max of seven months to play golf in any given year. Generally, this is six due to weather and life, but seven months is what is available. This means that the time we have to work on our golf swing is compressed and as such many amateurs try to fix golf swing challenges quickly and that just opens the door to poor swing habits!

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Focusing on The Right Fix

“Focus on remedies, not faults.”

Jack Nicklaus always has pearls of wisdom. After 70 years of playing golf and being considered one of the best of all time, I would think he has learned a thing or two. This small sentence caught my eye today because it is very deep, yet should be very simple to follow. The challenge I am finding is that interpreting his words could result in me chasing my tail. Continue reading

Does Fuzzy Logic Improve Your Golf Game

Do you know how fuzzy logic improves your golf game. If you understand computers at all, fuzzy logic is nothing new. If you are not, “Fuzzy logic is an approach to computing based on “degrees of truth” rather than the usual “true or false” (1 or 0) Boolean logic on which the modern computer is based.” As you read this definition you are probably saying….WHAT? Then you are saying: “Come on, how are you going to connect fuzzy logic to golf?” Well, stick around and find out! Continue reading

Jumping the Gun in Golf

If you are reading this post, chances are that you play golf in one capacity or another. We have all played well and we all have…..let’s not talk about that. Regardless of the state of your game, we easily grasp at any positive that shows up unannounced. However, when trying to find solutions to persistent woes in our game, we have the tendency to jump the gun. Continue reading