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I nearly killed Koda

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  • Adam

    Reply Reply July 15, 2013

    thank you cameron for describing this to me. i’m very worried about what’s going to happen if i’m going to make a career out of golf and i can’t improve. yet i’ve noticed just this morning when i went out in my yard when i simply aimed at a small tree in my yard and hit the shot without bothering to worry. somehow it came out perfectly and hit the middle of the tree stump. seems odd how when i aim for something it usually goes there. i hit all my shots dead straight EXCEPT when i begin working on my swing. someone said to me once and he was a very low handicapper that the swing is the most important thing in golf. yet, when i try to think that, i either have a slice or a hook. two of the worst extremes would be that my hook doesn’t just go into the woods but on another hole’s fairway or my slice is so terrible i forget where the ball lands. very difficult to say why he was such a low scorer yet says the swing is the most important thing. actually, come to think of it, i’ve never seen him play. his swing is ok but he hits a one iron with a wicked hook and it goes about 50 yards. so i guess he’s lying about being a low handicapper. he always bragged and made others upset when he talked about himself all the time. do you think he’s really a low handicapper or is he lying to get attention? his drives on the range are terrible and so is his one iron.

  • Adam

    Reply Reply July 16, 2013

    Sorry if my comments are so random like the one above. Just have alot of questions. By the way how should i practice golf? Is there a specific way to do this?

    • Cameron

      Reply Reply July 16, 2013

      What’s the best way to practice?
      A: Get out there and play the game. And definitely stop thinking so much about it. There’s no right or wrong really – just learning.

      Why is it that so many of us are scared to try something or a worried about doing something wrong?

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