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See the golf ball, hit the golf ball

Karl FischerBy Karl Fischer,
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Watch the golf ball hit the clubface. You'll like the results. (Courtesy of GolfPublisher.com)

This is possibly the most important advice I offer our students at the IRGO Golf Academy.

My extensive commercial pilot training and experience teaching this discipline and its skills brought me to clearly understand that the eyes are not only the window to the soul but, at times, the only reliable sense.

Our eyes are a marvelous and central function in making a reliable golf swing with solid impact. If we see the ball well, we can get the sweet spot of the clubhead stuck firmly on the little white ball.

Hand-eye coordination is a reality. If we cut our hands off, golf is over. Equally, if we close our eyes, golf is over. If we are not looking at the ball at impact, we might as well have our eyes closed. If we look toward the target during impact, the ball will be in the bush.

See the golf ball come off the clubface. You will love the sensation. Even more, you will love the results. The ball will go where your feet point. More on this topic in the next tip.

Karl Fischer has spent some 35-plus plus years teaching golf nationally and internationally earning the title of "IGAD-Doctorate," "CIMTP-Certified International Master Teaching Professional," "CMCB-Certified Master Club-Builder" and "CGC-Certified Golf Clinician." He has written six golf books, thousands of editorials, tips, "Bullet-Proof Drills" and much more. He can be reached at KF@555golf.com or by phone at (817) 673-8888.

 
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