Having recently read The Shooter’s last 2 posts and Studied them to the nth degree, I have discovered there is one glaring fault in The Shooter’s game, the first tee jitters.
Having made a bogey 6 on the first hole at Twin Waters, a straight forward par 5 and then making a double bogey 6 on the piss easy first hole at Beerwah, it seems The Shooter must be shitting himself on the first tee, sphincter twitching resulting in a swing that is as tight as a Nun’s nasty.
I feel it is my duty to give The Shooter some sound advice to conquer these jitters.
My first recommendation to relieve all that tension would be to get Mrs Shooter , who I’ve heard isn’t a bad sort, into the boudoir and give her a good seeing too.
Not only is this great for relieving the tension it also helps with fatigue by lightening the load in The Shooters Plum region.
Option 2, which l believe will be an easier option for The Shooter to partake in would be the consumption of a Fruity beverage, by the name of Stone & Wood Pacific Ale just prior to this tee time . This would calm any nervous energy in The Shooters powerful body allowing him to come out of the blocks like Usain Bolt, instead of the notorious slow starter BR.
If The Shooter is true to himself, he needs to take this sound advice on board and continue on the journey to greatness.
Regards, The Shooters Mentor.
“Continues to give”
Dear "Some of us can hit a low fade into the wind when we want to",
Thanks for your feedback and subsequent tips to relieve pressure on the first tee. The first tee jitters is something that The Shooter has thought about in the past, but now as a seasoned tour player and athlete, I have found that The Shooter is better served by a quick meditation session as the starter is announcing the list of Shooters achievements (yes it takes a while). This has allowed Shooter to channel his focus and usually flush the first one. The latest efforts seem to be the exception rather than the rule.
I have come to the realisation that being calm and collected is a good start. You may have also heard The Shooter has on occasion been known as "The Zen Master"
Thanks again for your tips and advice, The Shooter appreciates your support.
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