Originally Posted by Jhwarren
Good point Tstrike. So your tendency seems to be to rush from time to time. A good idea for you may be to slow down. For Henley, however, he seems to play fast. Had he all of a sudden started grinding like Ben Crane, his whole momentum could have been thrown off. I think it just shows the importance of knowing your own pace.
See that's just my problem. I know the shot I want to execute. I have it scoped, doped, and pegged. Then I am ready to fire.
I get to address, and then I start going through all the mental checklist of the execution. It gets so frustrating so I go back to my days in the military on the firing range: Acquire, aim, and fire when your breath is out. Hence the quickness (y'all seen the videos of my swing in its earlier stages).
However, I am so conscious of others on the course that I do not want to be the guy that slows everyone down (guess what, I do it hunting for duck balls).