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I bet you have played with someone who is better than you and noticed how well they chipped or drove the golf ball.

If you haven’t you may of watched a golfer on tv, like Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Gary Player or Lexi Thompson and likes something they did with their golf game.

In this golf lesson Matt Fryer talks you through 5 things that all good golfers do and that you should copy in your golf game. The 5 points cover all points of the game from the tee to the green and also the mental game in golf. Add these points in to your golf game and you will start to see better results in your golf swing and golf scores.


Mental Golf Mastery

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  1. Seven years already went by when I started out playing and all those years were full of practices and training lessons. Learning these golf swing techniques “Jοmtοnο Naha” (Google it) allowed me to taken a seventy-five after a couple of buckets. Now, I`m more skillful about grip, ball position, through swing drills, and much more golf concepts. My previous handicap is thirteen, but now I am beginning to drop it. This tutorial is great! .

  2. the secret to cocking the wrists is all in the gip (not soft hands) and when you unlock that the right elbow will start down whilst the club is still moving back.

  3. Keep it simple in terms of swing thoughts is very helpful! When you’re learning the game or you’ve just come off a lesson your swing coach might have put up 10 swing thoughts in your head at once. Grip, backswing swing plane, coming from the inside, coming too much from the inside, etc etc. I went thru this a lot when I decided to get a series of lessons because I wasn’t happy with my game. If you try to take all those ideas on to the course you’re screwed. I asked my coach after playing a terrible round “when I’m at the tee what’s one or two things I should think about?” And he told me. I had a lot more fun the next time I played. Personally I try to hit half a bucket or so before I play. At that point I know what kind of swing I’m bringing to the course that day. Hence I know what my one or two swing thoughts will be for the day. Makes your round a lot more manageable.

  4. Tip number five he said he’s never seen a player out of balance when They hit the ball, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer we’re not always in perfect balance when they hit the ball, yet they played fantastically. Gary Player always walks after he makes his swing, granted most players do what he said but there is always the exception to the rule

  5. All true statements and tip one is something I started doing many years ago and my game immediately improved exponentially. I have a friend who will hit a loose shot and ask me, “what did I do there”?. My typical answer is, “You’re thinking too much”.


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