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What's the missing ingredient that's preventing most people from playing better golf?


By Cameron - Posted on 14 October 2008

Learning to automate your entire golf game

I used to think it was poor golf swing technique or skill level but I no longer think that's the case. Experience tells me that most of us have been playing golf for more than 2-3 years. This is more than enough time to learn a good golf swing. Automation is the key that will unlock your natural talent and allow you to:

  • Play more consistently
  • Bring out your natural talent
  • Have more fun
  • Discover your secret POWER reserve. i.e. Hit the ball further
  • Reach your true potential

All you need to do is play in a natural, instinctive and carefree manner.

The Real Secret of Playing Better Golf

At the moment golf technique rules the world. Golfers spend most of their time looking for tips and quick-fixes to improve their game. When something works everything is fine. But invariably the magic will stop and you'll be forced to find another tip. The end result? A frustrating merry-go-round. The real secret of golf is understanding that to play better golf you've got to distinguish golf technique from play. They're completely different and until you can comprehend this you'll NEVER be able to play your best golf. Automation is the vehicle that will help you make the distinction.

A Little Golf Instruction and Automation - A Perfect Match

We'll always need some technical golf advice. There's no getting away from that. But there has to be a point that you learn to play golf and get the most out of your game. In other words, you need to develop a swing that can get the job done and then take that swing to the course! It's not about having a perfect swing. It's also not about playing perfect shots And it's absolutely not about worrying about your golf swing while you're out on the course So get going. Take a peek at my strategies and see how you can make the most of your golf game and rediscover your best game by learning to play automatically.

About Cameron Strachan

Cameron's Golf Blog was founded in 2007 and represents over ten years of research into the science and learning principles of golf. His website has hundreds of members from around Australia, and thanks to the Internet, a growing number from across the globe. His simple, but often profound, coaching strategies cut through the often conflicting advice that can make the game difficult. Cameron has also:

  • Developed a golf swing model based on a comprehensive biomechanical study.
  • Was the first non-scientist to speak at the International Society of Biomechanics in Sport Conference (Canada 2004)
  • Plays to a handicap of plus 2. (down from 4)
  • Won the last seven holes for his golf team to win an important match 1up!
  • Now enjoys a consistent, powerful and reliable golf game without spending anytime practicing. He walks his talk!

Have you checked out my website yet? :)

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