What to do If You Can’t Visualize Your Golf Shot

How to Visualize Your Shots

In this episode, Dr. Cohn answers a question from a reader about How can I be better, if You Can’t Visualize Your Golf Shot

GRANT: I have a very hard time ‘visualizing’; it’s hard for me to see a mental picture or movie of the ball flight or the target like Jack Nicklaus talks about. How can I be better with this?

Jack Nicklaus introduced the idea of having a mental movie of the golf shot in your mind. But seeing your golf shot is only one type of mental rehearsal and not all golfers can do this.

Dr. Patrick Cohn helps you understand different learning styles golfers and what images you can use to help improve your preshot routine. Dr. Patrick Cohn describes the different learning styles golfers can have and how to use them in your preshot routines.

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