When taking a lesson, I have NEVER had a student ask me, “what did I do right?” when they play a good shot.

Most people are very quick to ask, “what did I do wrong on that one?”

When you go to the grocery store, do you write down a list of all of the things you are not going to buy? When you drive home from work do you think of all of the stops you don’t have to make?

Rather than corrective practice, we need to remember to focus on what we need to do that is right. We may not be able to do it every time, but taking this attitude will make us focus on one task, and a more consistent thought process will produce more consistent golf shots.


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About the Author: Chris Keough is originally from Bremerton, Washington where he began playing golf at the age of 14. He has been working with his swing coach, Ken Kubitz, since May 2002.

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