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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 preselected motion will "collect" it on the way to our finish form.

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