Phil's Video Book

Ask yourself how many shots you would have saved if you never lost your temper, never got down on yourself, always developed a strategy before you hit, and always played within your capabilities. JACK NICKLAUS Everyone has their own “Cone of Error”. Your goal is to play as safely as possible within your “Cone of Error”. Visualize your “Cone of Error” before selecting your target and club. Allow its size to positively influence you decisions. Your goal on every shot should always be the same - to minimize the possibility of a poor result. When playing golf, to increasethe number of acceptable results you need to: ALWAYSselecta conservative target ALWAYS select a club that allows for the slight miss