What do you think he is thinking about?

Is he thinking about his grip?
or his swing?
or maybe his takeaway?

Nope. He’s not thinking. He is playing the game. This is a perfect example of a free flowing golf swing and what happens when you’re not bogged down by mindless technique. Watch the video below.

Here’s some homework for you.

Go to the range and see if you can play like him. Can you let go completely and have this much fun? I’m willing to bet most won’t try or will struggle to last more than a shot or two.

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4 Comments

  • Lukey

    Reply Reply February 9, 2012

    It may be a little while before I am in a position to try it but rest assured I will try it
    Cheers Lukey

  • Gregor

    Reply Reply February 10, 2012

    This is a great video. You can see what he’s thinking because he changes position to line up with the ballpicker and then just hits. No pause, just looks and reacts to the target. You see a lot of pro’s on TV putting like that. But the secret is the bit about really letting go and trying not to be careful. Looks like the guy picking up the balls at my range is going to be ducking for cover from now on.

  • holdini

    Reply Reply February 24, 2013

    Hi Cameron,

    A simple question. Have you made your game as automatic as this little guy? How hard was it to do? And how scary?

    Your instruction is years ahead of anyone else and has helped me immensely. However, I certainly am not as carefree as the kid here. Yet!

    • Cameron

      Reply Reply February 24, 2013

      Hi Paul, thanks for dropping by and I appreciate your comments. I reckon I’m more carefree and natural than most 🙂 The other day, while whacking some balls in the rain, I got completely lost in the entire experience – it really was like magic. I got a bit sidetracked when I realised I’d hit around 10 pure shots in a row – that mental analysis took me out of the moment and I called it a day. It was raining pretty heavy too.

      Yep, it is scary but also very doable. You’ve got to get outside and give it a go. It helps when you’re prepared to make mistakes and not get too flustered.

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