Your body needs time to acclimate itself to the new system.
Right now the thing I used to do to save it from going way right, has it going left. Sometimes even when I make a good swing and have a good path…as the club is not open and under the plane anymore. My swing is great, but I must be patient and wait for it to acclimate itself to the changes.
The worst thing I can do is add a band aid to keep it from going left. That is the second biggest mistake ams make. Thinking they are supposed to hit every shot perfectly and they try and adjust to every shot that isn’t perfect.
The biggest mistake is abandoning the change the first time they hit a bad shot.
In order to get better at golf, you need to understand two things.
1. Even the best players in the World, with near perfect mechanics, mishit multiple shots per round, so expecting one swing tip and two buckets of balls are going to have you perform the equivalent of bowling a 300 game, is a recipe for always stinking at golf…and run on sentences.
2. It takes time for your body to adjust to a new move (or even a new setup) and you must be patient. The object of getting better at golf is to make solid changes so you will be better six months from now. Not quick fix tips that make you shoot three shots under your handicap today…and make your handicap go up three shots six months from now.
If you want to add 30 yards to your drives and take 5 shots off your handicap in 15 minutes, The Golf Channel after hours will have continuous infomercials to help you out. The Air Hammer is your best bet…it will do both and you can also get yourself disqualified from any tournament in the process. 😀
If you want to find ways to make the game easier, less stressful on the body, more fun and probably shave a shot or two off your handicap…keep reading the blog and watching my videos. It will happen at some point. That is a guarantee…and I will probably make you laugh along the way as well.