HOW TO Get Your Mojo Back

Puterbaugh, Kip
February 2009
Golf Magazine;Feb2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p63
The article offers techniques in dealing with difficult situations when playing golf. There are instances that golfers miss their targets even if they struggled so hard to find the fairway. It is recommended that they should take a few quick practice swings before blasting away while doing the same with other balls without any hesitation. Drills like them can effectively assess and instill the feeling of free flowing motion and balance.


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