555 Family Members are all aware of ‘The Tetherball Concept’. You know, that really fun two-person schoolyard round and round game that uses the ball, rope and pole?
The top of the pole is stationery or fixed in place. It is orbitally and gyroscopically stable. If it were not, the game would be very much more difficult … far too many variably moving parts!
If a golfer’s head were to move all over the place during the ‘Back & Up and Down & Out Swings’, stability of the entire Body Machine would deteriorate radically resulting in one’s struggling to make pure contact of the ball on ‘Clubface Sweet Spot’. Getting the ball-flight to go from A To B would be more than frustrating! That damning quotient would go up and golf participation would go down even more! Golf scores have not changed in over 100 years! Nice people without professional tutelage still play to a troubling 100 – 120!
A naturally logical question is “How Do We Keep The Top Of Our Human Tetherball Pole Stable?” The answer is through ‘Fitness, Set-Up and Ocular Acuity’. The eyes shall detect movement and our fitness responds by providing a fix to erratic motion.
If your human head is moving around, so too shall be you ‘Golf Clubhead Sweet Spot and Ball Flight Outcome’. ‘Club Path & Orbit’ shall be a real ‘Crap Shoot’ indeed!
More good old ‘Golf Logic’ for all of us?
“Never Give Up!”