Golfer’s Instinctive Golf Swing Fundamentals
Golf swing fundamentals are essentially primary core principles that allow the golfer to optimize his/her swing mechanics and techniques consistently. The ability for the golfer to understand, practice, and execute these six fundamentals provides the golfer an instinctive golf swing. The more natural and instinctive these elements are in the golf swing, the better the expected results. Nothing can build a golfer’s confidence more than a golf swing that is instinctive, automatic, and can be performed repetitively.
Learning particular golf swing techniques commits the golf swing to memory, as understanding golf swing fundamentals makes the golf swing instinctive. Instincts are a part of our DNA. The more instinctive a golf swing, the more confidence the golfer can have to avoid playing inconsistently. The term Espy is an old French term meaning to discover, detect, reveal, or discern. The first three letters E.S.P. (ExtraSensory Performance) indicate a sixth-sense that the golfer already processes, that needs to be discovered by the golfer.
Great Advice in Golf, Be the Ball
The six fundamentals contained in The ESPY Golf Swing Coach allow the golfer to utilize the ‘Force.‘ The Force was advice that Ty Webb in the movie Caddyshack gave Danny Noonan. The advice was–” Danny, Let me give you a little advice. There is a force in the universe that makes things happen. The only thing you have to do is get in touch with IT. Stop thinking and let things happen, and be the ball. Even though this movie was a comedy, this was great golf advice the golfer can actually use on the golf course.
The breakdown of this advice that professional, scratch, high handicap, or beginner golfers can apply is:
- Force- is the golfer’s subconscious mind.
- Get in touch with IT- Fundamental instincts.
- Stop Thinking- Thinking derails the golfer’s instincts.
- Be the ball- Project the conscious mind outward to an objective.
For a more in-depth look of the influence of the subconscious mind, look at my article HOW TO BE THE BALL, A COMEDY QUOTE, TO IMPROVE YOUR GOLF SWING! https://goo.gl/eOvz9J
Developing the Golfer’s ZONE
The sixth-sense or the six-fundamentals for utilizing this enormous force, the subconscious mind, is developed by applying these six basic principles:
- Baseball-Type Swing muscle memory
- Sprocket Mechanics
- Presetting the Wrists
- Rule of Thumbs
- Delta Technique
- Synchronizing the Golf Swing
One of the key fundamentals in the golfer’s swing is synchronization. The golfer can take full advantage of the subconscious mind by following a well-established sequence and routine. Focusing on a reliable sequence and routine is the best method for the golfer to follow to develop their ZONE-like performance. Three conditions must occur for the golfer to be in their ZONE-Like Performance:
- Normal and routine tasks and conditions must exist.
- Rely on a high degree of relaxation, confidence, and muscle memory.
- The conscious and subconscious minds are focused on two different situations, or the SUB-Zone.
These are the same conditions that occur for a driver to develop Driving Hypnosis. While this is unsafe for driving a vehicle down the highway, it works great for driving a golf ball down the fairway, however.
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