QATR-402- CAM & CAM-OVER: Baseball Swing Technique for Golfers (STP)

Your Golf Swing Doesn’t have to be a Mystery Wrapped in an Enigma

There is a unique golf technique called Cam/Camming-Over, or Sync/Preset, that the golfer could use to solve the biggest mystery or enigma in golf. That is how to preset to develop a powerful golf swing sequence that can be instinctive and can be repeated over-and-over, without thinking.

The answer can be found in two boxes- a batter’s box, in comparing the baseball swing vs. the golf swing, shown above, that I did that filled the second box, a Xerox box full, shown below, of data (labeled THIS WORKS) that I collected on the golf swing. The time-lapse photo above is of the golf swing being compared to the baseball swing, frame-by-frame, that was a part of the data that I collected for my Xerox Box research project.

The college where I was doing the research had archives of videotapes of both the golf swing and the baseball swing. My project that I selected was from an ergonomic perspective, which looked at the similarities between the two swings and evaluated the advantages that the golfer could use from the baseball swing, which is more instinctive.

One advantage about the baseball player standing in the batter’s box is that they aren’t distracted with their mechanics or techniques, they’re just focus on the pitch and making contact. The golfer can take a lot from the mentality of the baseball player and just enjoy the game.

This Self-Coaching Training Procedure download contains 15 pages of simple step-by-step procedures, tips, and illustrations to help the golfer apply and retain the material presented for both on and off the golf course.

To develop your ESP Self-Coaching Technique Forum in Your Golf Game, please select to download your E-Copy of this Online Golf Self-Coaching Training Procedure (STP). The advantage of the online Golf STP is it a training procedure that you will have in your electronic files for future reference and NOT a one-time lesson where the presented material will be forgotten later or once on the golf course.