WHAT GOOD GOLFERS DO AND YOU SHOULD COPY! SIMPLE GOLF TIPS

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I bet you have played with someone who is better than you and noticed how well they chipped or drove the golf ball. If you haven’t you may of watched a golfer on tv, like Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Gary Player or Lexi Thompson and likes something they did with their golf game.

In this golf lesson Matt Fryer talks you through 5 things that all good golfers do and that you should copy in your golf game. The 5 points cover all points of the game from the tee to the green and also the mental game in golf. Add these points in to your golf game and you will start to see better results in your golf swing and golf scores.

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Comments

Johnt Schmichal says:

It's a mental game more than a physical one gents. Be loose and free, you'll golf better if you take the pressure off

Dylan says:

Watching this waiting to tee off after brutal first 4 holes

william williams says:

Just started golfing a few months ago, some great tips to help me out! Thanks!

Nick Piazza says:

I always play better when I'm having fun and being confident!

Keern Haslem says:

Best way I’ve heard not counting your score put: don’t plan holes you haven’t played yet!

Arne Kronvall says:

The fourth tip is the most important one

Ryan Schwabe says:

Why is every golf instructor british? Lol

a b says:

I did subscribe and I really loved this video! I'm on my way to the course right now and was watching this as I was driving probably not the best idea but I was very cautious I mostly listened and only looked at the phone when I was sitting dead stopped in traffic. Great pointers though! You got a new subscriber right here I'm probably an eight handicap hoping to change that today

Chacarron91 says:

#1 – Only have one thought – In my mind… that one thought should revolve around your biggest weakness…. ex.Take the club back too quick? think tempo… take the club back with your wrist? think one piece takeaway. … it will become habitual eventually toots 😉
#2 Build a repeatable routine ….it makes things seem comfortable and stress free. know what you're going to do before you play your round. Know your important factors for the shot. Stick to it under pressure
#3 Know your distances – take the conditions into consideration … know where you would rather miss it. Come up with different type of shots for the same yardage.
#4 Don't score holes you haven't played yet… Stop fantasizing and get in the moment.. it's all you really control. Write a journal of your common thoughts to overcome them… do it for your overall game/life too.
#5 Swing in your balance – if you don't that means your getting emotionally attached to a shot… stick to what you practiced and what you know you can do. it's a game of numbers and psychology in the end.

Matthew Leigh says:

Balance is the key to good golf- once you have an idea of correct takeaway and weight change it all comes down to balance

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