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PostSubject: Groove Your Stroke   Groove Your Stroke I_icon_minitimeWed Apr 27, 2011 1:16 am

Nowhere are the contradictions more apparent than on the green, where a simple task--pushing a ball into a hole in the ground--is loaded with Taylormade R11 driver tension and anxiety. Golfers have attempted everything from expert instruction to hypnosis trying to make every putt on the green. Relax, even the pros can't do that.

Rather than making Mizuno MP 68 Irons the occasional monster 35 foot putt, your goal should be to master a few techniques that will enable you to sink those most important putts--those pesky 3 to 10 footers--with Titleist 2010 AP2 Irons greater confidence and much more frequency.

Three primary skills need to be mastered in order to become a proficient putter Ping k15 driver. First, keep you head down! Seeing the ball at impact is a simple idea, but it is too often over-ridden by the excitement of wanting to see where your ball is going. Lifting your head, even slightly, to watch the path Taylormade burner 2.0 Irons of your ball before it has been struck can mean a change in the angle of your putter head, which often results in a line significantly off target, even for short putts. Just as important as keeping your head down is keeping it still.
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