Why are our golf skills inconsistent?
— Our golf skills are inconsistent because we have been focusing on coaching and practice, but not on the brain's varying abilities to hardwire and perfect different types of skills.
What influences our golf skills?
— Our golf skills are influenced by information from our senses, including what we see, feel, and hear, as well as our balance, spatial awareness, and fine and gross motor movements.
How does the cerebellum contribute to precise skills in golf?
— The cerebellum coordinates the brain and body to create precise skills, with different parts responsible for different types of skill, explaining why individuals excel in certain areas and not others.
What is needed to successfully make a putt in golf?
— To successfully make a putt in golf, one needs visual input, spatial awareness, balance, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills.
How does practice improve golf skills?
— The brain turns the information on how to swing a golf club into a program that allows for automatic and consistent performance, with practice leading to improved execution over time.
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