An Interruption Free Golf Game

The first step to a better golf game is to change your mindset. It’s no good to keep playing the way you’ve always played. That’s not going to work. You’ll just keep getting the same results.

You need to change.

Golfers don’t like change. Change feels uncomfortable and a bit messy. With that in mind I make the following point;

This is not for everyone. 

If you want to keep searching for quick fixes and the next “secret” then good luck to you. The Internet world is your best friend and can provide you with thousands of lessons and advice and mostly free.

There are enough tips to keep you going for years – you’ll never run out of new ideas and things to try. I don’t believe you’ll improve this way, but good luck to you if you can’t resist the temptation of the instant fix.

But if you’ve come this far then you’re probably one of the few that has had enough with outdated “potential” based coaching. You’re ready to step forward and do something that will unearth your real golfing success.

My ideas are based on the belief that we do so many things each day with no thought about how. Once we trust the learning process we’re able to master skills, and then perform them well for the rest of our lives.

When we disturb the golf learning process with interruptions, we make playing good golf impossible. We go around in circles, and make something very natural more difficult than it needs to be.

There is a huge void between how we play golf and how we perform tasks such as driving a car, catching a ball and riding a bike. I hope to narrow that void for you.

The road to golfing success is fairly easy. It follows these simple steps:

  1. Build a golf swing: You don’t have to worry about this step. If you’ve been playing golf for more than a year or so you already have one. You can move onto step two.
  2. Unlock your natural swing: Not so easy because you’ve been suppressing your swing by bombarding it with too many swing theories, ideas and tips. Interruptions if you like.
  3. Automate that swing: Again, not so easy. When you have played well in the past you’ve probably accidentally stumbled onto this. But it was a fluke. Automation is like the 15th club in your bag and it allows you to….
  4. … Play golf: This is the fun part. Missed and avoided by most, playing golf is when you can let your success match your potential. Playing golf is free from interruptions. Better still it’s free from self-doubt and fear. You can express yourself naturally and play remarkable golf. 

Sidebar: When you follow the above steps you’re then in the ideal position to make any necessary changes to your technique if you see fit. You’ll know exactly what to work on and won’t get stuck on the golf improvement merry-go-round.

I should add here that many are so pleased with their “new” golf swing and game that thoughts of changes and corrections are forgotten about.

These steps form the backbone of my theories and point you on a path of mastery. I’m not going to delude you into thinking you’ll play golf to a scratch handicap or you’ll soon be walking the fairways on the PGA Tour.

I like dealing with reality. And making false promises and talking BS is not my thing.

What I passionately believe is that an interruption free approach will make you a better player. At first you may not see an improvement in your score or handicap - but you may find golf easier and more enjoyable.

The more you can free yourself of internal distractions and interruptions the better you’ll play. You’ll maximise your chances of shooting better scores and be free of the golf instruction merry-go-round. Then, and only then, will you be ready to make huge steps and start making significant progress with your game.

If you’re ready for some game changing strategies then hold on. Click the link below to put the theory into action and take your game (and mindset) to new heights.

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