If you break it down enough, taking a successful shit is a pretty tall order. You could argue it demands balance, flexibility, concentration, hand-eye coordination, etc, etc. And arguably it is a challenge for some people. But not for healthy strong mobile people such as ourselves. Compared to a lot of sports actions golf swing is not that complicated or strenuous. Not compared to connecting with a fastball, throwing a breaking ball for a strike, serving an ace down the T, landing a triple axel on skates, or even a single f'n axel. Pole vaulting. Even throwing a good football pass I think is more challenging than making a full golf swing.jfurr wrote:timing, balance, tempo, flexibility, strength, mental composure, mental and physical stamina, perception, vision, consistency, coordination, dedication to practice, natural giftedness
No, the sooner you accept that the golf swing is simple, that there might be some fundamental, perhaps boneheaded, misunderstanding that's leading you astray, the sooner you can find the road to recovery. In my humble opinion of course. This is just what I am currently going through.