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Old 05-18-2007, 10:00 AM
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The less you do, the better you do it. Marcello Mastroianni

Lately, I've been plagued by too many swing thoughts that I attribute to a reason bad round. I thought the above quote appropeaux. Does anyone have a good method for getting this under control? What's your swing thought on the back swing and/or down swing?

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Thoughts before swinging..

1. shorten backswing..playing out of your ability (taking it back too far) skews the swing plane thus changing the angle of the head of the club

2. follow through -follow through- follow through to your target. Look pretty for the cameras so to speak.

So it is a low slow short backswing follow through low then end high in follow through

3. now that the thoughts are in your head..just swing the club..forget the ball is there..it is all in the swing. The ball just gets in the way of your swing

Those are my swing thoughts
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