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"Why Get Lessons" & "Most Don't Know How To practice"
Accelerated golf instruction is founded on the simple premise that most swing mistakes happen before the club starts back. Consequently most golf improvement can happen quickly and effectively by simply making set up adjustments. Learning is accelerated because the swing follows correct form...and that form can be adapted to all body types, helping each golfer find his unique, full-potential swing model.
No more waiting for results. Enough of the "You have to get worse, before you get better." or "You will need a whole series of lessons to fix this swing." Accelerated golf instruction fixes the immediate problem and provides instant results. A typical lesson leaves a student with one or two simple adjustments and an understanding of what needs to be done. When instruction is clear, concise and simplified it can be taken immediately to the golf course. Quick results build confidence and that leads to lower scores and trust in your ability. Accelerate your golf game - call Paul at (330) 872‑7984.
One good shot might be luck. Two good shots could be a coincidence. Three good shots in a row is skill. When practicing or taking a lesson. Look for 3 good shots in a row. It means you are on the right track, and finding some consistency to what your are doing. When you have those "3 in a row" make a mental or written note on what you were practicing. Be prepared to take that positive experience to the golf course. It doesn't take 500 practice balls to build confidence. It only takes 3 quality shots to believe in yourself. In fact you may find one good swing is all it takes to "put the wheels back on." Paul can help build confidence in your golf game - call (330) 872‑7984.
Why do young golfers (ages 5 to 9) learn golf so much easier than adults? ATTENION SPAN: They want the information quickly and they want to use it right away. Don't bore them with the details, it only confuses them. Adults can learn again "how to learn" effectively and accelerated golf instruction is the answer. Be a smart learner and keep it simple. Schedule a mini lesson with Paul - (330) 872‑7984
Many golfers are afraid to take lessons because they think it won't help... "you can't teach the old dog new tricks" syndrome. Or lessons will only confuse me. But, that doesn't have to be the case. Approach a lesson with the idea of improving a certain skill and you won't get bogged down in swing mechanics. Don't know what skill that is? Think of your last round. Where can you shave strokes? Chipping? Getting the tee shot in play? Hitting your approach iron shots closer to the green? Lag putting? Short putts? You can find a way to lower your score. You can decide what needs to be done. It's up to you. Paul can help.
There are many ways to improve your golf game and lower your score. Paul can help you identify your weaknesses and eliminate them. The end result will be a lower score. Accelerated golf instruction is the answer. Be a smart learner. Put your energy into skill building, not mechanics. Schedule a mini lesson with Paul today. Call or text him at (330) 872‑7984
Rule #1 Always follow a bad shot with a good shot.
Rule #2 Always follow a good shot with another good shot.
If it sounds too simple, it is. The point is you are always expecting yourself to move forward and plan on hitting a good shot. I've seen many golfers playing "lights out" but unfortunately waiting for that one bad shot and then "the wheels fall off." Don't be the player who takes out an old ball whenever they see water. Expect the best from yourself and don't dwell on the bad shots. Follow this simple rule now.
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I'm a "range rat."
I love practicing golf. Maybe you don't care to practice. But I've spent many hours on the driving range over the past 50 years. And I still love it. I come to work (if you want to call it that) at my golf center and every day I see golfers wanting to get better. But many times leaving frustrated. I want to see golfers leaving my driving range happy. That's my reward. So this got me thinking about how to help golfers even if they don't want to take lessons. After all, they will still come out and buy a bucket of balls if I can get them on the road to success. If they see hope to get better, at least they won't quit the game.
So, from all those tournament to public driving ranges that I've taken divots from I want to share with you my personal observation. Brace yourself. The bad news is....
"Most golfers don't know how to Practice"
The good news is...
"It's easier and not as time consuming as you think"
With the proper guidance and some simple rules you can get better. The 3 C's of practicing (correction, conditioning, conﬁdence) are discussed under the core elements of the Tessler Teaching System. Of the 3...Practicing for conﬁdence is by far the most important. And learning how to practice is the best way to build your self-conﬁdence.
Golfer's Practice System (GPS)
I like the GPS. That little self guided talking phone is sure easier than the old fashioned road map. So I used those 3 letters to help you ﬁnd your road to success. Now here's the road markers on your journey.
Rule # 1: Don't practice missing
Start out simple with your set up. I've seen this over and over at my kids clinics every Saturday morning. If you haven't brought your kids or grand kids over yet, give me a call for info. But, here is what I've found. Almost all beginners make contact with the ball.
Once you've found that comfortable distance from the ball start making short swings focusing on contact, not distance. Why? Because most distance is lost if you miss the ball, right? Use your rule of 3 In a row. When you make good contact gradually increase your swing length. It's like going from a chip to a pitch to a 3/4 swing. Gradually build your backswing. If you start missing, you got off the road. Back your swing down. Keep making good contact as you grow your backswing. You will discover your own personal backswing, relying on simple hand-eye coordination. The key is to not keep over swinging. When you're missing your not getting better. When you make good contact, you will hear it, feel it and enjoy it. Now that's fun.
Rule #2: Apply the ﬁrst rule to your driver and every club in your bag
One of the best feelings in golf is perfect contact with the driver. Yes, contact. When that happens, my students say "wow, that was easy (effortless)"
Your thinking with the driver needs to be good contact and get the ball in play. If your thinking hit it as far as you can that's not going to happen. Because every 1/4 inch you miss the sweet spot you lose 10 yards. Do the math. If you hit the ball on the toe of the club you just got penalized 40 yards. All the effort in the world won't ﬁx that. Not to mention it feels horrible.
My other thought on the driver is: If you can't hit it straight for 100 yards you won't hit it straight for 200. So do your short swings ﬁrst and grow your backswing. Learn to square that club face until you can drill balls at that 100 yard marker with your driver. Enjoy solid contact. Keep having fun by not practicing missing.
Yes it's possible to practice too much.
It's pretty easy to tell when to change what you're doing. Your either frustrated or tired. Or in my case often it's hunger. I might need a snack break.
Rule #3: Apply rule 1 to your putter
Alright, it's time to change what you're doing. Go down and do some putting. The most important fundamental in putting is to get used to seeing the ball go in the hole. The best self-guided putting drill I've seen is the wagon wheel drill. Take 5 balls and circle the hole at 1 foot. Make 50 in a row. You will learn to aim. You will get used to seeing the ball go in the hole. Break it down into 10 sets of 5 and you've got your ﬁfty. It can be done in 5 to 10 minutes.
If you still want more challenge go to 2 feet. Keep growing your putting stroke and conﬁdence.
Even if your day on the full swing didn't get as much accomplished as you wanted. You can always putt.
I'm here if you need help. Sometimes a nudge in the right direction is all you need. Many golfers can't make progress because they just can't ﬁnd that correct starting position. If you set up to miss the target it's hard to hit the green. Don't set up for failure
"It's easier and not as time consuming as you think"
Have you been here? Paying your dues. Regular practice sessions. Working on the drives. Doing practice time around the green. Switching out putters until you've got "the magic wand." Then when it's time to tee off it all falls apart and you're left wondering "Where did my game go?" You can't take your swing from the driving range to the course. You try harder and it gets worse. You've just experienced the "failure cycle."
If you need that experienced eye to take a look at your game, give me a call. I'm here if you need help. Call or text me at (330) 872‑7984.
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