We are all human, and thoughts and emotions must be managed — that’s why golf is hard.
We are not machines, and golfers’ physical and mental abilities have limits.
Our brains are our control centre. Not so much our muscles. Not our subconscious, as no swing or stroke happens without instructions from our brain box.
Electric signals from the brain through nervous systems to our muscles cause action.
We don’t have a digital chip running programmes and producing the same output every time.
Machines can achieve incredible consistency but not golfers.
Approaching golf as if you are a machine is guaranteed to frustrate and limit your performance because you cannot be that consistent.
There is no memory in your muscles. Nothing happens without signals from your brain.
The purpose of practising your swing or stroke should be to make it a natural movement for you, not…