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Question

How do you not tense up on the tee when facing a shot into the wind or a narrow fairway with trouble on both sides?

Fred
January 23, 2018

Bobby’s Answer

Fred, it’s very easy to try to control the golf ball. In fact, its natural for humans to try to be in control.

However, in golf, you need to learn to give up control in order to be in control.

But why is that?

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In order to create dynamic impact, your movement needs to be loose, and fluid. You have to be able to pass through impact uninhibited.

To see what I mean, watch the video below.

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Comments

  1. I live up in the Northeast where we don’t have much, if any, opportunity to play or practice during the winter months. Are there any practical uses of your Toolbox for indoors? How can you determine if you’re hitting 4″ in front of the ball, when all you have is a small grass tee pad and a concrete garage floor? Any winter suggestions would be helpful. Thank you.

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