Fix Your Swing Mid-Round

From Trillium Rose On June 10, 2022
We've all had days on the course where our swing abandon us. The swing key that worked so well the last time you played – or even during the first few holes of your present round –... loses it magic. The golf ball starts to fly and curve offline with every shot. Inexplicably, you might hit it off the toe. Or off the heel. Fat and thin shots, even tops can creep in. It's a desperate feeling when you lose your swing, but as Titleist staff member Trillium Rose shares in this video, the worst thing you can do is to THINK. Instead, FEEL your way back to the good swing you know you're capable of.

Analytic thinking has its place – during instruction and on the practice tee, for example. But during a round, you need to clear your mind and let your swing happen. Cognitive thinking too often becomes negative thinking and that breeds anxiety, tension and frustration – a fatal combination when it comes to performance. Instead, use a simple drill like the one Trillium demonstrates here for the common issue of losing posture and jumping out of shots. By focusing on a specific feel, your body will respond and your mind will remain calm. On your next shot, simply reproduce the feel of your drill and your swing will get right back on track!
We've all had days on the course where our swing abandon us. ... The swing key that worked so well the last time you played – or even during the first few holes of your present round – loses it magic. The golf ball starts to fly and curve offline with every shot. Inexplicably, you might hit it off the toe. Or off the heel. Fat and thin shots, even tops can creep in. It's a desperate feeling when you lose your swing, but as Titleist staff member Trillium Rose shares in this video, the worst thing you can do is to THINK. Instead, FEEL your way back to the good swing you know you're capable of.

Analytic thinking has its place – during instruction and on the practice tee, for example. But during a round, you need to clear your mind and let your swing happen. Cognitive thinking too often becomes negative thinking and that breeds anxiety, tension and frustration – a fatal combination when it comes to performance. Instead, use a simple drill like the one Trillium demonstrates here for the common issue of losing posture and jumping out of shots. By focusing on a specific feel, your body will respond and your mind will remain calm. On your next shot, simply reproduce the feel of your drill and your swing will get right back on track!
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