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Hole 3- Beginning with the End in Mind
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Hole 3- Beginning with the End in Mind

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Connecting the golfer's starting form to a finishing form. If a golfer knows where their body is going once in their starting form, they can arrive in their finish form, collecting the ball along the way to that finishing form; swinging the weight of the club; the feels and weight of the club the golfer can expect to feel while swinging. The idea that a golfer can set up to a golf ball properly and regulate the power of their swing, from short, controlled swings to full energy, maximum distance swings. We don't stare and strike the ball. We take care in organizing ourselves around it and trust our pre-selected motion will "collect" it on the way to our finish form.