Well, the headline is a little misleading but the idea is right. Our swing training aid, the Pause-N-Throw, started with the idea of a new type of golf swing, the Pause-N-Go Swing. We even wrote an e-book about it. Gradually, the book has become overshadowed by the product, which is fine. But recently, I went to an event where famed golf instructor, David Leadbetter, interviewed PGA rising star Chris Kirk. Noting Kirk’s unhurried swing, Leadbetter asked him how he did it. Kirk said he often takes the club back, comes to a full pause, then swings down.
Listening to this I thought: “By God, that’s the Pause-N-Go swing!” I began to follow Kirk’s advice (and my own earlier advice), and tried using the Pause-N-Go drill again.
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