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“This book is one of the finest explanations of the ‘power of the subconscious mind,’ and it not only applies to the game of golf but to virtually every aspect of our lives. The author is speaking of things like “instinctive kinesthetic intelligence,” which, in my opinion, is critical information to incorporate for personal success. (more…)
“Here’s an excellent example of what is needed in golf instruction today: a book based on the deeper principles of how a fluid golf swing is produced. It takes us back to understanding the source of a repeatable golf swing. (more…)
In last month’s Instinctive Golf Blog Artist or Mechanic on this site, we investigated the attributes of an artist and a mechanic, especially how they pertain to our golf game. I’m of the belief that our golf game is best served by cultivating the aspects of an artist to develop a flowing and rhythmical golf … Continue reading Trust
Do you relate more to being an artist or a mechanic regarding your golf swing? Let’s look at some of the attributes of each. A mechanic fits and fixes parts so that the whole works. An artist focuses on the whole and allows the parts to come together naturally. A mechanic is precise; they primarily … Continue reading Artist or Mechanic?
The important thing is not to stop questioning.—Albert Einstein Let’s ponder the above quote in relation to our golf game. If we continue to think about and question our golf swing in the same manner as we have been conditioned to think and question about our golf swing, we will likely continue to fall into … Continue reading Teaching vs. Learning