I am very well edumacated but can’t play golf very well. Why is this?
If I start playing better will I become levelled and lose some of my excessive cranial capacity? Is this Mouldy’s problem too?
I think it might work the other way.
We need to lose the cranial interference before we'll play better.
At the range yesterday I got into a zoned out, "not really thinking state" and seemed to hit the ball much better. As soon as I started to think about what I should do, I'd stuff up. Took a bit to get the brain out of the equation.
Mind you, this was after working on my drills and swing sequence change for a while where I have to think. Putting it together with the full no thought swing was when the zoned out state really helped.
I've found that was the key when I played better on course too in the past. Relaxed, no outcome focus, just shot at hand and follow routine and execute.
Might be something in this cranial interference?
EDIT: Sorry back on topic. Chipping 'on' the green? WTF? Surely at every practice facility or in a local park there is plenty of tight lie, hard compacted turf to practice off. Leave the putting surface for putting!
Edited by hack2489, 03 May 2018 - 06:52 AM.