First of all many thanks for reading my attempt at a Blog.
I will open it by uttering the words of the mighty Mark Crossfield “lets make it social” I appreciate comments likes and especially constructive criticism, if you do comment please don’t over estimate my knowledge of Blogs or even computer knowledge as a whole, because currently the only computer fixing I do is what I learned from a TV series called IT Crowd which was “Have you tried turning it on and off again”
Any way back to the blog,
Tip Number 3
How many times have you hit a shot where it seems almost impossible to find some type of hazard although you have managed this feet easily then as you approach your “drop zone” and begin to think of some magnificent and elaborate come back shot which wouldn’t look out of place on the big screen. Stop! Think about it if I was able to hit shots like that would I be in this situation in the first place the answer without fail the answer is “hell no” pronounced in a gangsters accent. So take your medicine proceed to aim and hit a shot were the percentages are high and carry on with your round.
Tip Number 4
When “bogeying” on the dance floor your feet are moving like on you’re on hot coals but on the golf course when you’re about to hit the shot keep your feet as grounded obviously within reason and you should see the decrease in miss hits hopefully and an increase in the good shots. The power comes from a coiled lower body not some flared feet like in the 90s whilst the bee gee’s staying alive is blasting around the purple painted walls, filled with mullets and mood rings, this could be an exaggeration as I was only just born in 1994.
Many Thanks for reading once again