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Eckhart Diestel

Hello Shawn,
you talk about your carry distances.
Would you mind to comment on the follwing scenario, probably common to most of us:

I am in play, 145 yrds out. My thoughts are: “with full abandon and flush contact my club might carry up to 155, with a bit less abandon and more control my carry may be just right. A club less might do it with full abandon, but will I hit it flush enough ?”.

These thoughts related to carry distance reduces my will to swing freely, I start controlling the heave and my target related thinking diminishes. The resulting swing will reflect my thoughts – neither controlled, nor abandoned – with a random ball flight and a short carry.

Is there a way to improve my ‘pre motor cortex’ in this scenario ?

Best regards

Shawn Clement

This is a management issue Eckhart! If you miss slightly, where do you want to miss? At our golf course, short is good on many holes and long is no good; if short is water, then you take an extra club. Always plan for flush contact (what you want) and if you do miss, you already planned to miss in that area so that you can stay free as a bird! 😀👍

Eckhart Diestel

Thank you Shawn
I will start to include ‘course managment’ into my preshot prediction routine.

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