Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Golfers' Biggest Frustration...Not Knowing Why Their Golf Swing Stopped Working...Cured

(PRWEB) October 10, 2005 -- Deep in the mind, golf isn't about hitting a little white ball into a hole slightly larger hundreds of yards away.

No, deep down, golf is about personal accomplishment, leaping over the next hurdle on the way to greatness, but golf is missing one crucial element that you can find in just about every other endeavor, a guide or map.

For example, ask a millionaire that's ever lost it all and come back why he lost his first fortune, and he'll be able to tell you why. Ask a competent mechanic why your car failed, and he'll be able to tell you why, but ask an instructor why your golf swing suddenly left, he'll usually just offer you lessons to fix it.

In every field but golf, the lessons as to why something goes wrong have been addressed, learned and are available to learn, but in golf, there are only solutions offered, which is why golfers are often skeptical about taking lessons. Logically, you must address why something happened before you correct it, which requires a point of reference to compare to a logical sequence of events.

The answer is to this frustration is called Personal Golf Swing Mapping. More than just memorizing your golf swing, it's a method of making your golf swing work with the natural forces around you rather than fighting against them.

For example, your body has an automatic balance mechanism built into it. If you start your golf swing from an out-of-balance stance, your body will over-ride your attempts to bring the golf club back to the ball center-face, in order to re-balance your body. This act of automatic re-balancing changes your golf swing and causes all sorts of funny shots.Understanding balance and how your body interacts with the force of gravity can give you most of the tools you need to create your personal alert system that will tell you when your golf swing is just boarding the plane out of town, so you can call it back before it affects your game.

The key to swing mapping is right where your body connects to the earth your feet. Your body constantly monitors the nerves in the bottom of the feet to check your balance and sends signals out to your body to make tiny corrections so you don't trip and fall. Think about what happens when you do trip on something. Your body instantly starts correcting, flailing arms and leaning this way or the other to prevent a fall that could hurt you.

During your golf swing, these same corrections happen, but on a smaller level, just enough to throw your golf swing off, but not enough to be noticeable.

Your personal swing map lets you know when you are in balance so that your body doesn't fight, but instead, actually works to keep your golf swing on plane which increases power with little to no effort. You'll be able to monitor swing sequence, your power coil, and know if you are releasing the club properly. In addition, you'll be able to monitor your club position without video, right on the golf course.

How does it work? The sensory system that your brain monitors is already working 24/7 all you have to do is to tap into the system and "see" what is happening with your swing. Once you have a swing map created, this system will alert you the moment something is wrong. Because you have a map, and created it yourself, you will also know what to do to self-correct right away. Sometimes even between your backswing and your downswing.

How do you think Tiger can stop his swing halfway into the downswing?


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