NewTASK 2.0 GRASS CLIPPINGS TO TARGET

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Jamison Offineer

Hi Shawn! So this task was great for me at first. I started taking a nice divot and was compressing the ball nicely. However, as with the cutting the dandelion stem and sending it to the target, eventually I become so focused on the task that my focus is at the ground instead of “out there” at the target. The result…. I start coming over the top.

Throwing the club gets my focus out at the target. But I tend to struggle with good contact.

I’m absolutely convinced that developing a skill at a task is the answer. Just struggling to find the right task for my brain.

Thanks for sharing your wisdom in golf!

Shawn Clement

Hey Jamison! The key is to not get caught up with one or 2 bad contacts and then go searching why. If I say send the stem to target MAJESTICALLY using momentum only and DON’T WORRY ABOUT CONTACT, would that not encourage you to deliver completely out there? LET THE BRAIN FIGURE OUT how the ball gets in the way as you continue to deliver the task no matter what. See “stick the finish despite the ball” series for some extra help!

Kraig Knudson

Shawn do you recommend heavier shafts to increase arm club weight?

Shawn Clement

Only if you can easily whip the snot out of them!😝👍

Kraig Knudson

I will look for a trail of snot, but I don’t think there is one! There are different theories on heavier shafts hitting harder etc. Just wanted to get your opinion. I would say driver swing speed is around 95. With your help, it better get over a 100!

Jason Tolbert

This is awesome stuff. Reaffirming my feels and where I place my eyes for solid contact. It’s like you read my mind coming out with this update around the time I realized that putting the ball in my rear view does wonders for me.

Shawn Clement

Thank you for the great comment Jason! 👍👌

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