20 years ago, I was really hard on myself about saving par around the green.
I knew I should be improving because I was spending HOUR UPON HOUR around the chipping clock.
My scores stayed the same most part… no matter how long I practiced.
Looking back now I can clearly see the error of my ways… and it took learning the guitar for me to make a big discovery…
Originally, the guitar was going to be a gift to my dad… but as I stared at it one day… I decided I’d give myself a chance to try playing it.
The guitar wasn’t easy…
Gradually I improved, and I realized that I wasn’t spending a lot of time practicing to achieve results.
At first, I was really, really, really bad… but after a few weeks, everything seemed to snap into place. My brain also felt like it was on auto-pilot… in fact, the more I THOUGHT about the chords the worse I would play.
The guitar seemed impossible at first. But now, I was now able to change chords and run my scales without much effort.
So what happened?
How could I go from not knowing anything about the guitar to being proficient at changing a few basic guitar chords in just a few weeks?
How come my ability to save par around the green had stagnated? Even though I was spending HOURS around the chipping green?
In short, it had to do with extreme focus and perfect repetitions in slow motion… done RANDOMLY over time.
Come to find out, the Japanese already invented this decades ago with a method called Kaizen.
Why didn’t they just tell me? It would have saved me a lot of time. 🙂
In Japan, Kaizen means “improvement”… and they take it a step further by breaking this down to a micro level to continuously improve.Breaking down anything you want to learn into micro-steps is the secret.
You master a very basic micro-step and add onto it.
I broke down my chipping stroke…
… Ball position
… Grip pressure
And when I mastered each of those micro-steps, I moved onto finesse:
… Landing zones
… High shots
… Low shots
Everything was broken down into micro-steps and I demanded mastery of each.
Each micro-step was broken down into a slow motion rehearsal… and I would do these anywhere I could to program my mind.
This process transformed my game… and it can transform yours too.
Before long, I wasn’t thinking about my fundamentals… I knew those were solid (although I check those every couple of days).
My game went from mechanical to feel… and that’s the moment my short game saves went through the roof.
I allowed myself time and patience to master and progress.
If you’d like to apply my Kaizen formula for your short game, I’d love for you to give it a try:
I’ve broken down EVERYTHING for you… all the micro-steps you’ll need to start shaving 3.4 strokes off every round.
What do you have to lose? If what you’ve been doing now hasn’t worked in the last decade, it’s time for a new approach.
Let me prove my system works to you… if it doesn’t I’ll refund every dime to you and you can keep the entire plan.
Christian “slow motion is good motion” Henning
P.S. If you struggle around the green with your chipping and short pitches, the Tap In Challenge will coach you to more confidence and more consistency.
My students (on average) reduce their proximity to the hole by 2 feet 3 inches (HUGE).
My students also (on average) reduce their putts per round by 3.4 strokes… BIG TIME.
The Tap In Challenge is a mix of mind, body, and skill.
You’ll get a calendar which details out what to do, when to do it, and links you with HOW to do everything.
The program is simple and only requires a few minutes each day.
You’ll also get tracking worksheets you can take to the golf course so you can see the transformation occur.
I forgot to mention that I also send out a Daily Checklist, with links, so you can get right to business and stay on task without any confusion.
The program moves you quickly through creating a reliable foundation to advanced chipping techniques… and you’ll move quickly over the course of 5 weeks so you’re never bored and always improving.
There’s no fluff or filler, just PROVEN techniques that have worked for my students over the years.
I’m also including a 60-minute goal setting class for free.
If you’d like to reduce your strokes per round by an average of 3.4 and reduce your CPH by 2 feet 3 inches on average… join us on the inside: