On Course Options – Part 2

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Really appreciate these on course Vlogs and play. I’ve always been about choosing a club to get as much distance with each shot. Will be changing strategy from this point on to one which is “smarter” to achieve that end result of lowering my score. Thanks Shawn.

Albert Chin

Shawn,

I was looking forward to seeing your preshot routine that you use on-course – but may be thats the way a preshot routine should be?

Let me tell you where I am coming from. In your videos, you ask that we see the blurr as we feel the weight of the club swinging back and forth. That gives our mind a good reference of the ball path and feel. Thats great, thats on the range mat.

But how should we properly do this on-course? Now, here is my thought – there seems to be 2 places to do this on course – the first is like Jason Day, you warm up behind the ball and then you walk forward to the ball and then setup, hit the ball. Another word, you treat the strike area like a holy area.

The other way was to be like you’re at the range. You warm up next to the ball and then you step forward and set up. You dig up the area next to the ball and you pray you don’t accidentally hit the ball with the practice swing or part of the divot…

So…whats the “best practice” that incorporate some nice swing to warm up for the shot and then setup and keeping your target in sight? There are many “schools of thoughts” on preshot routine but I didn’t seem to find your side of the story…

So…I would love to see and hear your thoughts on how to incorporate all the practice feel, visualizing ball flight in a sensible preshot package. Thanks!

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