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HOW TO MAINTAIN FOCUS ON THE GOLF COURSE

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How many times have you hit a terrible shot at the wrong time and thought, “i just wasn’t focused at all on that shot”, it happens often, to all of us.

In this video Chris Ryan shows you how being more specific with your target selection can help you rid your game of these costly errors

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5 thoughts on “HOW TO MAINTAIN FOCUS ON THE GOLF COURSE

  1. Hi Chris,Please could you cover rescue and fairway woods as I’m struggling to get them airborne on a good powerful flight.I am not a long hitter so I rely on these clubs a lot cheers, love your content

  2. Chris, general questions for future vids… How do you learn a new motion? How do you test it properly? How do you learn to move a ball left and right (not how to do it as much as how to learn the movements)? How do you learn chipping distances and how do you practice them so you can perform in competition? How do you build a practice plan so that you keep all the parts of your game up to snuff? How do you evaluate your game and decide what needs the most help? Do you work on your strengths or your weaknesses? What would the practice mix look like? How do you get the most out of a coach? When would you utilize a system like gears? How do you overcome the feel vs. real dilemma so that you have good awareness of what you’re actually doing and how to improve that. For instance, I tend to slide a bit, and I want to keep a tight hip turn instead. Love your work. Thanks for all the instruction.

  3. Great videos as always! Have you ever consider making a video on reading the course. My biggest concern on the course is selecting the correct club length and knowing when to go for the hole or laying up. Also, how do you go about measuring your club lengths, is this just a matter of playing a course and noting it down, or measure it out on the driving range?

  4. I agree to your words = Aim small , miss mall. But for the direction of your target don’t you use spots closer to the ball? There is a white, broken Tee approx 1 metre in front of you. Don’t you use this as a key point to your target ? Helping to start the ball on the line to the small target at the Building ?

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