Zen Golf Quote of the Week
Zen Golf Quote of the Week 10-29-15
The golf swing is a series of muscle movements, all in sequence. Any interference with that sequence, such as extra muscle tension, interrupts the flow of the swing, causing errors in body action, swing path, and contact point. The average golfer's idea of "trying to hit it farther" actually causes an excess tightening of muscles, which shortens the arc of the swing and reduces the whipping action of the arms, resulting in a loss of distance.
-- from the chapter "Beware of Trying for a Few Extra Yards"
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