Mirror Mirror

mirrorPracticing in front of a mirror or the reflection of a window can be quite illuminating. First of all it
links the present moment feel awareness of your swing as you watch your reflection. In my opinion, one of the most important things to learn in golf. You may find you can receive the most benefit from this type of practice when you swing in slow motion, what I like to call the “tai chi” speed; super slow. I learned that Ben Hogan used to do this type of practice regularly to keep him aware of his swing throughout the entire motion. When you swing in slow motion stay hyper aware to any uncertain or awkward feelings as you move. This uncertain area most certainly needs attention and more clarity. This can be very revealing for golfers interested in knowing how the body and clubhead moves through space.