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Old 09-26-2019, 08:15 AM
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To really simplify the technical problem: Thinking too much arm in every shot. In order to be efficient and consistent the power needs to come from somewhere else. In putting as well.

The mental side is not practicing enough which often leads to expecting too much and getting frustrated. You shoot a great round once a month and base your expectations on that.

The third part would be lack of ambition or lack of open mindedness. People accept their level of play and thats it. And we have all met a guy who says I cant throw forehands or standstills or putters or what ever simply because he has barely ever tried or practiced those. Its fine to know your limits on the course but you have to step outside the comfort zone over and over and over again for greatness. I think I remember a guy saying that in an Innova ad a few years back
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