Success principles are the same in any arena and one of the best ways to get better is to listen to those who have already done what you are trying to do and take from their strengths and learn from their mistakes.
In the golf world, what not better person to listen to for golf tips than the 25 year old gold phenom Rory McIlroy. In an excellent article from Golf.com, Rory McIlroy shares his top 5 game changing tips that have helped elevate his game to the next level.
Here’s a preview of the article:
I didn’t have a great 2013. This year? I’m back to playing like a World No. 1 should, with a shiny new Claret Jug and a Wanamaker Trophy to prove it. Credit goes to my longtime coach, Michael Bannon, who reacquainted me with five key moves I had strayed from in recent years. Use my fixes to transform your move into a championship swing.
Michael Bannon is the only coach I’ve ever had. It’s scary — he knows my swing better than I do. So when things started sliding south 18 months ago, he knew exactly what to do: Get back to the basics that rocketed me to No. 1 in the first place, using check points and feels that Michael taught me when I was a little kid. Now my driver, iron and wedge swings are again on autopilot. My performance stats are about the same as last year, but I can sense a difference. Every shot feels flush. Copy my fixes and you, too, can rediscover your best swing.
Want to see the full article and all 5 of Rory’s game changing tips?
Read the full story here: Golf.com – McIlroy’s Game Changing Golf Tips
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