How to Stop The Full Swing Yips Yips is a dirty four-letter word to most golfers... They won’t say it, don’t want to hear about it and certainly don’t want to think about it. It is as if the yips are some kind of incurable virus contracted by mere thought or expression. Well, thought does play a huge part in the yips. The yips have a significant mental component. The yips are fertilized by negative thoughts, such as: "What’s wrong … [Read more...] about Tommy Fleetwood’s Driver Yips
Full-Swing Golf Yips
Overcoming The Full-Swing Yips The yips can drive your out of the game of golf. Standing over a five-foot putt knowing there is a good chance you will miss creates intense anxiety. This leads to tension and over control of the stroke causing your to flinch or jab at the ball. Imagine how difficult it is to play with the full swing yips! Yes, the yips can manifest in any part of your game. The yips or even excess tension can affect your … [Read more...] about How Stenson Overcame the Full-Swing Yips
Overcoming The Full Swing Yips Charles Barkley an 11-time, All-Star basketball Hall-of-Famer, NBA MVP and Olympic gold medalist is said to have the worst swing in golf due to the yips. Take a look for yourself. Barkley worked with golf instuctor Hank Haney to help him improve his game and overcome the golf swing yips, which Haney stated, "was one of the biggest challenges of his career." Can Haney’s knowledge and experience help Barkley’s … [Read more...] about Charles Barkley’s Full Swing Yips
What are the full-swing yips in golf? The full-swing yips are another variety of the yips in golf. They are different than the putting yips. I have worked with players who had problems with the full swing. But I think the golf swing yips are much rarer than the chipping or putting yips. When you have the full swing yips, you simply can't swing at the ball freely. Charles Barkley, the famous basketball player, who took up golf had one version of … [Read more...] about What are Golf Swing Yips?