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Take your best driving range swing to the course

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Ok, we all know the frustrating experience of just piping our driver and irons at the range but we can’t seem to hit the broad side of a barn on the golf course! How many times have you said to yourself “man, I was hitting the ball sooooo good at the range but I can’t seem to hit the ball anywhere I’m aiming today!” This happens to amateurs and pros alike. Imagine having a process, a strategy, that lets you take your very best driving range swing to the golf course?! Seriously. Read on… I remember getting to this part of how training and my eyes lit up and my heart raced in anticipation of what I might learn. You’re going to see almost all of it. There is definitely enough here to use and transfer your best swings to the golf course. I love this stuff!
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5 Responses

  1. Mbwa Kali Sana says:

    This was a perfect lesson of the main points to surveil before teeing off.
    However ,I never ,ever go to the driving range ,a pure waste of Time ,and on op of That ,holding on the golf course and beating balls on the driving range are two very différent games.
    Better do this drill calmly before teeing off ,or in the parking lot ,So your buddies don’t laugh at you!

  2. Laren says:

    Some very good stuff Wade. All my better shots finish with me in a balanced finish position

  3. Wade Pearse says:

    Once you understand and have integrated many of the processes in Whole Mind Golf the above video makes complete sense. Everything you learn is linked to this process. Balance has always been a major key for me not only in the swing but internally. If you create balance within then you’re more likely to swing in balance. This translates to a better overall state of mind and way to play the game. Lower scores are inevitable.


  4. Charlie says:

    I have just reviewed this video again and here it is 3 months later and snowing outside. Guess what? I just found a great indoor drill (of course without hitting the ball).

    Harvey Penick , in his book Little Green Golf bool. mentioned something similar to this where you practice the golf swing as slow as possible.

    Snow should be melted off by next week and I can try this using the hitting net. If I am lucky it will get warm enough that I can hit to the open field behind me to really see any improvement.

  5. Craig Sigl says:

    Thanks for the tip Charlie, I like it. Hang in there this winter!
    Greens and Fairways,


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