Why and How Senior Golfers should Swing with their Bodys Alignment Not the Surroundings (Video)
Why and How Senior Golfers should Swing with their Bodys Alignment Not the Surroundings (Video)

Okay, this is all about trusting your setup here rather than surrounding your face you're on the golf course. How many times you've been on the golf course and here's the – here's the teeing ground. But the only problem is that blocks have been lined up in a way where the lining up in a different sort of way where you want to go. Do you know maybe the greenkeepers had a late night the night before, put the blocks down, but not lining your current way. So at this point here we might have to setup going almost diagonally across the teeing ground because when you get something to the surrounding it is very, very easy to get soaked in and then from there you end up swinging the club to what your face will be.

It’s a bit like a mind game what are you faced with? Maybe there's trees on the right hand side and you end up trying to avoid the trees or change, changing that setup so let's go and put some trust in your setup, but how you got about and it's all down to the procedure, the setup. The best thing to do whatever you've faced with you've got to trust your setup. You got to trust your setup and your swing to get the surroundings. Look at what your face wear. Look at what you want to do. Here you've got the tee going in the wrong direction. Here's my golf ball. There so here's my golf ball here. I stand behind and I look at the line that I want to hit the ball. Very, very important. I then pick something out just literally 4, 6 inches in front of the ball. I then put the clubface behind the ball aligned so I'm now trusting my setup not the surroundings, but my setup and from here the club is going to be down. I'm going to set myself parallel to that ball to target line that marker that I picked. Let's say that's out and you can see now I'm not getting something behind the surroundings. You could have put me over here and maybe in the wrong place, but now trusting my setup and my swing so now from this position I'm going to trust my setup, trust my swing and its almost like having blinkers on in the sense of sometimes you've got to ignore what is around. How many times have you seen a railway down the right hand side of your setup and you then putting on the railway because you saw something with the surrounding and tried to do something which wasn't correct. So when you look on that golf course and you're faced with different surroundings on every single hole in the world let's be honest. Stand behind the ball. Look at the way you want the ball to go. Forget the hazards, look where you want the ball to go, we’re thinking positively now. Pick that mark [Indiscernible] [0:02:37] the ball. Clubface first, see it parallel, set yourself up, and then one word commit, commit, trust that swing. Commit to your swing and trust that swing, and you should get the results that you want rather than getting subtend to the surroundings.
2013-10-30

Okay, this is all about trusting your setup here rather than surrounding your face you're on the golf course. How many times you've been on the golf course and here's the – here's the teeing ground. But the only problem is that blocks have been lined up in a way where the lining up in a different sort of way where you want to go. Do you know maybe the greenkeepers had a late night the night before, put the blocks down, but not lining your current way. So at this point here we might have to setup going almost diagonally across the teeing ground because when you get something to the surrounding it is very, very easy to get soaked in and then from there you end up swinging the club to what your face will be.

It’s a bit like a mind game what are you faced with? Maybe there's trees on the right hand side and you end up trying to avoid the trees or change, changing that setup so let's go and put some trust in your setup, but how you got about and it's all down to the procedure, the setup. The best thing to do whatever you've faced with you've got to trust your setup. You got to trust your setup and your swing to get the surroundings. Look at what your face wear. Look at what you want to do. Here you've got the tee going in the wrong direction. Here's my golf ball.

There so here's my golf ball here. I stand behind and I look at the line that I want to hit the ball. Very, very important. I then pick something out just literally 4, 6 inches in front of the ball. I then put the clubface behind the ball aligned so I'm now trusting my setup not the surroundings, but my setup and from here the club is going to be down. I'm going to set myself parallel to that ball to target line that marker that I picked. Let's say that's out and you can see now I'm not getting something behind the surroundings.

You could have put me over here and maybe in the wrong place, but now trusting my setup and my swing so now from this position I'm going to trust my setup, trust my swing and its almost like having blinkers on in the sense of sometimes you've got to ignore what is around. How many times have you seen a railway down the right hand side of your setup and you then putting on the railway because you saw something with the surrounding and tried to do something which wasn't correct. So when you look on that golf course and you're faced with different surroundings on every single hole in the world let's be honest.

Stand behind the ball. Look at the way you want the ball to go. Forget the hazards, look where you want the ball to go, we’re thinking positively now. Pick that mark [Indiscernible] [0:02:37] the ball. Clubface first, see it parallel, set yourself up, and then one word commit, commit, trust that swing. Commit to your swing and trust that swing, and you should get the results that you want rather than getting subtend to the surroundings.