Success in the medal competition
Qi Gong golf is working for me! I played the monthly club medal competition and I had the third best score out of all the players in my division. As a result my handicap index went down to 33.2 (was 33.6). Just two double bogey scores (double bogey is two strokes over the number of strokes a player is allowed for a hole when it is adjusted for her handicap). This is such an improvement for me. I have been coming nearer the bottom of club competitions for months now. I am so excited!
How I apply Qi Gong to golf
The aim of Qi Gong is to get your energy to flow, and it is done by slow breathing and moving with the breath.
I practise Qi Gong for at least twenty minutes every day, when I first get up and before breakfast. At first I used to think I didn’t have time to do my Qi Gong on my golf days. But then I thought to myself – wait! Instead of rushing off to the golf course and arriving just in time to go on the tee I should be making the time to relax and energise before I get to the golf course. So I make sure that i get up twenty minutes earlier and I do my Qi Gong practice.
Tai Chi swing is recommended by professionals
Take a look at this video clip introducing you to the “Tai Chi Swing“. Lynn Marriott, LPGA professional, talks you through using Tai Chi in a drill to improve your golf swing. Tai Chi is very similar to Qi Gong and uses the same principles. It is more of a martial art whereas Qi Gong is about your health and longevity.
My club fitting is tomorrow! Can’t wait!