John Lynch here - Let’s get something dead straight right now.
You’d enjoy playing golf more if you hit more great golf shots….right?
And you understand that you don’t need to build a perfect swing to do this more, because otherwise you wouldn’t have hit any great golf shots in the past…correct?
And the major difference between your bad shots and your great shots has to be mental, because you don’t have a perfect golf swing…right?
Well…today Jeff Richmond is going to give you one simple thing
you can do to help you hit more great golf shots…NOW! (without
changing your swing) So I’ll hand it over to Jeff for this great tip…
==> Jeff Richmond Tip <==
Every game of golf you play you hit a great golf shot which keeps you coming back for more. But I bet you hit way more bad shots than you do great ones…correct?
So what can you do to hit more great shots?
Quite simply, you need to record every time you hit a great golf shot. Have a journal that you use to write down your great golf shots.
It’s so easy to focus on your bad shots, BUT that will not help you to hit more great shots – because what you focus on is what you get. So if you focus on your bad shots, you’ll get more of them!
You should also use your success journal for your practice as well. Have it in your bag and every time you hit a great golf shot, pull it out and record everything about that shot. Don’t
just write something like “hit a great 8 iron on the 12th to 3 feet”.
Write down as much description as possible like this…
“On the 12th hole I was faced with an 8-iron shot from 135 yards. The wind was slightly into me and the pin was at the front of the green. I was very positive before the shot and could see the perfect shot in my mind. Before swinging I was focused and confident. As I was swinging it felt smooth and effortless and the contact was perfect and felt sooo good! I watched the ball soar up in the sky and hang for a second and then the ball fell with a slight left to right spin and stuck right next to the pin only 3 feet away. My playing partners congratulated me on hitting a great shot. It felt awesome!”
Write down with great emotion the great golf shot you just played. If you don’t have a chance during a round to do this, then do it afterwards.
You know your great golf shots stick in your mind for a long time, because if I asked you to recall some great golf shots you hit in the past, you could easily tell me what they were.
So do that now actually…
Think back to a great shot you hit in the past. Remember the great feeling you got when you hit it. Maybe one of your playing partners made a comment about the great shot. Maybe you remember the sound of the shot. Write down everything you can remember about the shot. Feel it.
It was awesome, wasn’t it. And I bet you’d want to experience that much, much more often. What I’m revealing to you is the start of this happening for you.
You can become a consistent golfer, just as I’ve taught countless others, without spending hours building a perfect swing – because you have hit great golf shots already. That’s your potential, and so to get close to that you just need to find out what you did mentally to hit those great golf shots.
For that to happen you’ve got to do something different.
Does this make sense to you? Can you see how this might work?
Well, if you make writing down your great shots a habit, you’ll eventually hit more great shots and less bad shots…because what you focus on, you’ll get.
So there you go….that’s something you can do straight away to hit more great shots.
For Consistent Golf,
Creator of the…
Consistent Golf System
John and Jeff
About The Author:
John Lynch is owner of BestGolfTrainingAids.com and has reviewed hundreds of golf swing aid products. To learn more about The Medicus Dual Hinge Driver, John recommends you visit: medicus driver Reviews