In June of 2010, after making 12 birdies in 36 holes during the US Open qualifier at Del Paso, CC in Sacramento, and just missing the field for Pebble Beach, Charlie vaulted to the top echelon of tour players with strong play at The Travelers Championship and that the AT&T National.
Being in contention with 9 holes to play was (is) one of Charlie’s goals, and that has held true the last two weeks. “In contention comes first and wins will follow,” says the 9 time worldwide winner. By fully embracing the teachings of Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett, Charlie has developed a repeatable swing that he can trust in all situations. Through Winning The Battle Within, he has learned to execute his swing with a fail-safe pre-shot routine – seeing the shots and feeling the swings that match what he sees. That’s a powerful combination, which will bring him to the winner’s circle once again.
You can do the same. Commit to a swing coach who fits your style and needs. Take the lessons, and most importantly, like Charlie has done, do the practice necessary to learn the skill. Then develop a pre-shot routine that will lead you to more enjoyment and lower scores.