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This may be one of the shortest "Swing Thoughts" ever posted, because the point I'm going to make is very simple. Unless we're literally talking about Iron Byron (the machine), everyone is a feel player. I've yet to meet a golfer who has mechanical dials and switches so that I can program him to "rotate his left forearm 27.5° by this particular point in the backswing." Rather, two golfers with identical swings may feel like they rotate their forearms a completely different amount, including the possibility that one golfer may feel like he's actually counter-rotating his forearm.
Good Morning Golfers, I've been thinking a lot about the mental side of golf these days and have realized there is not nearly enough content available on routine building, head mechanics and analytical vs. creative mental training as it relates to amateur/professional golf and pressure situations. Although golf is a passion of mine, my background is not in golf. My experiences with mental game training and weapon sports are from playing pool. Being a journey man road player for many years, mental training became more and more important as I progressed as a player. For instance, analytical