observe ,caddy for & interview Lydia Ko during a social game at Moor Park.
Sometimes it can be difficult to relate to the worlds best players , however there are some Simple Ideas You & I can learn by observing carefully the very best golfers.
3 More Observations of Lydia's Golf which you & I can learn from & apply!
1. Use The Tee Box correctly - Take Time to Find the Best Place on the Tee to put your ball.
If there are nicely cut lines in the Grass (as Above pic) and they line up to where you want to hit , then use these as guides to help with your alignment (the worlds best players do this) - as it helps makes lining up much easier!
2. During the game Lydia backed off a number of shots as she was not comfortable over the ball - if you stand over the ball feeling uncomfortable , it is extremely unlikely you will hit a great shot - don't feel afraid to walk away - and start the set up routine again - you will hit better shots and save time in the process ( you & I have both done it in the past & heard many others say "I did not feel comfortable , I should have walked away..)
Don't get stuck in the trap of feeling compelled to hit the ball if you don't feel ready to make your best swing..
3. A Great Set Up Routine , gives you the best chance to hit Great Shots.
Every shot Lydia played during the game (even though it was a friendly) she stuck to her routine.
If you are inconsistent with your routine , you will be inconsistent with your golf .. FACT!!