Back when Nick Faldo was the No. 1 player in the world and we were working together, I used to read and hear all the time that he was a “very mechanical” player, meaning he was consumed by the technical aspects and geometry of the golf swing. I used to get a good chuckle out of that, because it couldn’t be further from the truth. Even though Nick had great mechanics, he was a feel player. He had great rhythm and natural flow and had the uncanny ability to work feelings into his swing mechanics, frequently changing from one feel to another to get the club into the position we were working on.
It was my job to help him find a feel from week to week that struck a chord. What we developed were word couplings that seemed to bring a rhythmical dynamic to his swing. If he concentrated on a two-word phrase, his body would stay relaxed, and he’d make a great swing. Two words work great, because having too many swing keys while you’re trying to play can make you tentative and tense.
I call these two-word couplings I used with Nick “swing mantras.” A mantra is something that is capable of creating transformation, and I hope these four mantras will help you improve various facets of your swing. Pick the one that corresponds with the area of the swing you’re working on, and use it when you practice and play.
— Read on www.golfdigest.com/story/david-leadbetter-swing-mantras
Simple two words swing mantras from David Leadbetter.
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