23rd June,2014

How Music Can Improve Your Golf Game

~~Reiki Zen is my music that I listen to when I practice, Is music for Balance and Relaxation. This is how I practiced in my young professional days. I am starting again the process of getting ready for the PGA Q-School in Portugal.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with practicing golf  while listening to music. In fact, it can actually be beneficial to your game. One of the biggest advantages of listening to your favorite music on the practice driving range is its ability to help train your mind and body to hit your shots from the subconscious level.
When you are listening to music, you tend not to think about the components of your swing that you normally would. The mind is totally at ease.
Practice with music – How music can improve your swing tempo?
Listening to your favorite tunes while practicing golf is not only beneficial to your subconscious mind it also helps improve your tempo.
Sharpening your tempo is one of the most important characteristics of your golf swing. There is no hard and fast rule as to what tempo is best; it is a matter of personal preference. You cannot teach somebody how to correctly find their tempo. I always tell my members that t It is a natural flow that must be improved upon by the individual.
Most beginner golfers are taught to slow their swing down to improve tempo and flow. Of course you can always have a fast swing if you choose, so long as it is consistent. But this is not recommended at the expense of the fundamentals of making proper contact with the ball.
This Is Where The Music Comes In...
Because tempo is unique to the individual golfer, listening to music that suits your mind and puts you in a natural state of relaxation brings the subconscious into play and allows it to take over your swing, so to speak.
Go to any driving range these days and you will see plenty of younger golf players practicing while listening to music, using such popular products like the iPod.
The young players are not the only ones using music as a way to enjoy their swing sessions. Some professional golfers even listen to music prior to a tournament round.
Can Listening To Music Be Beneficial?
At first you might be inclined to think that listening to music during practicing at the driving range would be too distracting. However, for many people, listening to an enjoyable tune puts their mind at ease and gives them a different kind of energy that blocks negative thoughts.
It's just like driving your car when listening to music. You don't worry about driving, making turns, adjusting the mirrors, scared of the road... Everything just becomes second nature.
I believe that the same holds true while listening to music while playing golf. Try it sometime and see if it works for you.