Registered: 1406217367 Posts: 17
I have just been thru a long (6 week) slump. The longest since i made the switch to Ross's method. There were contributing factors, ( loss of an old friend ). Sunday morning I hit the range and it was baaad. I finished by shanking every wedge shot. Went to the short game/bunker area and got that out of my system. Went to the course and played like dog poop for the 1st 4 holes. I took a break at the clubhouse and changed my way of thinking. I quit thinking, focused on my target, went thru a preshot routine of turn-rotate to the target. Parred out the rest of the front 9 and went out in 3 over on the back, (12 handicap for 18). Bottom line is, before i switched to Ross, I could have never worked this out. I would have just hung it up for the year. When it came back it was amazing! Dead straight and as long as i could be. Thank you Ross!
Registered: 1401812349 Posts: 603
Great story. Everyone is up and down ... everyone. When you focused on "Routine", your mind turned off and trusted what you'd already practiced, so there was a complete movement on the backswing... and (more importantly), on the downswing. Everyone must use a routine to play consistent golf... even when practicing.
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