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adam - May 6, 2013

Im a writer. I write effortlessly and the words and ideas just come out. Soi will apply the same ideas with golf. Thank you cameron

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    Cameron - May 7, 2013

    Let me know how you get on with this. Improvement is a journey, a process and not an event.

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adam - May 7, 2013

My writing has evolved since i began. So i agree with the fact that its a process. But id really like to speed things up due to the lack of going on course. I have no idea

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adam - May 7, 2013

Im curious as well if automatic golf will give me full distance

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    Cameron - May 8, 2013

    Yes – you’ll get distance too. It’s actually the easiest way for distance…

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Robert Johansson - May 7, 2013

to play good golf you need sound mechanics so the game becomes easy even simple.
once there play.

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    Cameron - May 8, 2013

    Robert: I would argue that millions of golfers have tried to build sound mechanics and don’t have much to show for it. They can waste years (I certainly did) and lose enjoyment that comes from playing the game. I have found that playing gives you the best of both worlds – your mechanics get sorted and you can still have a great time.

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Jeff - May 8, 2013

I find a sort of Zen in the “technique” part–hard to explain out loud (or writing), but its the feel that is right. I feel I can always improve my “ability” however (course management, stress)

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    Cameron - May 8, 2013

    Jeff: It’s hard to explain because the part of the brain responsible for the success doesn’t use language that well.

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Michael murphy - May 8, 2013

We all learnt to successfully walk before we could talk and anyone to tell us how to do it! Golf should be the same!

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Michael murphy - May 8, 2013

I can see the wifey rolling her eyes, me reading another golf book!

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adam - May 8, 2013

Is the subconscious mind been studied or is it something that we just know works and we use it to our advantage? I heard you can actually program your subconsious with a willed effort but i dont know how true that is. Our brains are so complex. Hopegolf is easier.

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Adam - May 10, 2013

Arnold palmer once said, “Hit it hard. Find it. Hit it hard again.” Is this an example of playing freely? is this what i should do? just go out and have a good time? i want to become a professional when i’m older, so i need to know how to play freely like the rest of them do.

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