GOODBYE HIT, HELLO SWING Six Steps to an Effortless Golf Swing Motion By Rick Semple
A golf instructional book that offers six key steps to improve golf swing mindset and motion and develop the effortless golf swing of your dreams ~ A whole new understanding and experience of the effortless golf swing motion is within the pages of this book! ~
My teaching experience indicates that the hit impulse - the automatic tendency to strike at the ball - is the foremost reason why so few golfers break 80 in their lifetimes. ~ Michael McTeigue, PGA Teaching Professional, in THE KEYS TO THE EFFORTLESS GOLF SWING Thanks for helping me to understand what it really means to "be effortless." The idea of "flow" makes so much sense now. - P. Rossi, recreational golfer, Burr Ridge, IL
If you read any book on the effortless swing motion, make sure this is the one. Rick gives you mental golf ideas and physical game tips that are real-life and real helpful. I highly recommend it! - J. Warner, golf instructor, Erie, PA
You don't have to keep tryingso hard ---
Aah, the effortless golf swing - smooth, tension-free, accurate, consistent. Most golfers are striving to achieve the beauty and power of the effortless golf swing motion, trying an array of tips and tools, and often putting forth considerable effort. Yet most golfers aren't achieving their goal to improve golf swing motion and be effortless. They don't realize and implement a fundamental key to achieving this effortless motion...
The secret to an effortless golf swing motion isn't what to do, but what NOT to do. Yet most golfers continue to take the prevailing approach of trying and doing in their golf swing improvement, and the effortless swing remains elusive. They aren't aware they are "afflicted" with a condition that actually interferes with and blocks the flow of the effortless golf swing motion. It is the dreaded "HIT-ITIS." It's root cause is in the inner mental golf realm, but its symptoms are highly visible on the range and the course.
"Hit-itis," Golf's Virulent "Superbug" ---
It's a fact: thousands, if not millions, of golfers worldwide suffer the debilitating effects of "hit-itis" - a condition as widespread as the common cold is in matters of health. Often the condition in golf is chronic. Its symptoms are many and varied. Some individuals aren't even aware they are affected. Ignorance, however, does not immunize them from its adverse effects. You're probably one of them. Ask yourself these questions:
Do I often find myself off-balance at my finish?
Do I pull or slice many of my shots?
Do I have thoughts of trying to hit the ball as far as I can?
Do I try to swing smoothly but have a hard time doing it?
Can I notice a big difference between my practice swing and my ball swing?
Does the pace of my downswing vary greatly from my backswing?
Do I frequently make poor contact with the ball?
Do I think that I often swing down too quickly?
Do I feel like I exert a good deal of effort moving into the ball?
As I swing, is my focus riveted on the BALL?
If you answered "yes" to a number of these questions, you are probably one of the many with this golf swing inhibiting malady and don't realize it. Many golfers, in fact, have played with chronic "hit-itis" all their lives. "HIT-ITIS" IS THE TENDENCY TO HIT AT THE BALL. AT THE HEART OF THIS IS THE MISTAKEN IDEA THAT CONSIDERABLE PHYSICAL EFFORT IS REQUIRED TO EXECUTE THE HIT, OTHERWISE THE BALL WILL NOT GO FAR ENOUGH. THIS LEADS TO EXCESS EFFORT, TRYING, AND EVEN MANIPULATIVE CONTROL OVER THE CLUB, ALL OF WHICH INTERFERE WITH AND INHIBIT THE FLOW OF THE EFFORTLESS GOLF SWING MOTION.
Thousands, if not millions, of golfers have this "hit-itis - and are preventing their own effortless golf swing by ignoring a key secret - they are trying to DO something instead of NOT doing something. As one of them, you are blocking your own golf swing improvement. You are blocking your own effortless golf swing motion. But you can stop that blockage right now, starting with a key change in your mental golf mindset. This golf instructional book will tell you how.
Stop "hit-itis" now - Make the change from "hitter" to "swinger"
A "hitter" holds the fundamental belief that a golf ball must be hit at in order to achieve any decent distance. His thoughts are filled with ideas of applying physical hitting effort, trying harder, "busting it," or "attacking the ball" in order to hit farther. He often has doubts about his swing and his abilities, which leads to mental tension. This mental golf mindset is reflected in the physical game as physical tension, excessive grip pressure, jerky ill-timed motion, a quick swing, poor ball contact, and inconsistent shots.
A golfer who is a hitter can try like crazy, but all the trying in the world is going to end up in tension and inconsistency unless the mental "effort" barrier is removed. A "swinger," on the other hand, understands what not to do rather than what to do, and that is to not apply hitting effort. His mindset is one of trusting the natural swing motion and allowing this motion itself to build clubhead speed rather than trying to make speed happen. This mental golf mindset is reflected in the physical game as a smooth, rhythmic, effortless golf swing that propels the ball just as far, or farther - and straighter - than an effort-driven one.
As a golfer who wants to enjoy the positive feeling and outcomes of an effortless golf swing motion, you must change your approach from a hitter to a swinger. It starts with a change in your thinking. The hitting motion is a belief in action. That's all it is. Your swing isn't going to be markedly different the next time or the time after that unless you change your mind from the "hitting" to the "swinging" mindset. Then, you blend this new effortless-oriented mental golf mindset with new effortless-oriented physical game techniques and you've got a winning combination that is REALLY POWERFUL and can more effectively lead to success in your effortless motion and ultimate golf swing improvement.
IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE GOLF SWING MOTION AND DEVELOP AN EFFORTLESS SWING, YOU SIMPLY MUST MAKE A KEY CHANGE IN YOUR MENTAL GOLF MINDSET.
IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE GOLF SWING MOTION AND DEVELOP AN EFFORTLESS SWING, YOU SIMPLY MUST CURE "HIT-ITIS."
IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE GOLF SWING MOTION AND DEVELOP AN EFFORTLESS SWING, YOU SIMPLY MUST BLEND A NEW EFFORTLESS-ORIENTED MENTAL GOLF MINDSET WITH NEW EFFORTLESS-ORIENTED PHYSICAL MOTION.
No other resource guides you away from "hit-itis" and toward the effortless swing motion like this golf instructional book by Rick Semple ---
It's straightforward. It's easy-to-read (you can read it in one sitting!). It's step-by-step. It's real-life. And it's real do-able. In fact, you can do it right now! The author tells us that, "The very best time to start changing your mind to an effortless-oriented mindset is right now, before your next trip to the range or the course. Using the foundation of a new effortless-oriented attitude, you can in fact make significant progress before hitting a single ball." Then, "By taking this new attitude to the range, the good news is that noticeable progress can be achieved in your golf swing improvement during the course of a single practice session!"
You CAN cure "hit-itis." You CAN have an effortless golf swing motion, without hours and hours of trying to develop it. With this book, you can learn how to "BE EFFORTLESS" and enjoy these fantastic benefits:
a better swing feeling
more consistent solid ball contact
In fact, you may find that whatever your swing problems are, they "magically" vanish once you GO EFFORTLESS. It's quite a feeling, and YOU CAN HAVE IT!
The crossover from hitter to swinger, should you choose to make it, could be the single biggest positive development in your golfing life. You will understand and make use of a "secret" to better golf that has the vast majority of golfers befuddled. It's available for the taking right now. So BE EFFORTLESS and see for yourself what a difference it can make. - Rick Semple in GOODBYE HIT, HELLO SWING Points covered in this golf instructional book include:
Thesix steps of learning an effortless golf swing motion, presented in simple, straightforward style.
Real-life examples of mental ideas and physical drills to cure "hit-itis," the harmful tendency to hit at the ball.
Golf swing tips on developing tension awareness and clubhead awareness.
Mental ideas and physical drills to reduce the effortless-blocking tension of tight grip pressure.