George Gankas Model - mid-round corrections - What's yours
Does anyone work on correcting a fault mid-round by doing an exaggerated feel during preshot routines? After hitting balls at the range I usually step to the first tee with confidence built and my faults worked out.....after the first hole my faults start to creep back in. Or, I'll suddenly have a fault that I've never had before. I thought it would be great to make my own library of mid-round fault fixes so I can try to keep the train on the rails during rounds where I'm struggling. An example would be over fading my driver (fix: 10-to-4 in-to-out drill in preshot to get my club face more closed at impact). Another example is when I start having a hard time getting off my back foot (fix: feet together on backswing and take a step forward with lead foot during preshot.). Am I just creating more issues by over thinking and doing exaggerations during my preshot routine specific to how I'm playing that day? Or should I just stick with 1 preshot routine/exaggeration and use it during the whole round? Also, if you follow the Gankas model and you do try and make corrections mid-round, what are your most common faults and what are your preshot routine fixes that you utilize to keep things on the rails? Thank you.