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My latest is to stare really hard and focus on a spot, then visualize what the swing, and ball flight will look like, and allow my hands to understand their role. The trick is to remember the spot and relax in the back and down swing. DON'T EVER TRY TO KILL IT, it will do you no good!
Best guide i have ever read, IMHO.
I have played in the Seattle area two times, being from the plains of Colorado, and the wet green of Seattle seems a nice change! Also the muni I played at (Jackson Park in the shoreline area) was well taken care of, not immaculate but enjoyable to play. If you are in town on business there are some great inexpensive courses around the area.
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