Golf Technique - Advantage: Women
By Larry Phillips
Are women golfers more likely to accept, understand, use and benefit from "non-traditional performance enhancement techniques? Particularly techniques that call for the use of one's intuitive facilities?
When it comes to golf, women have nearly always had the "mental advantage over their male counterparts. It is only the physical brawn that has kept men in separate ranks when it comes to the game of golf.
But that may quickly be changing, as more and more women learn about the new performance breakthrough technique known as EFT.
You may have already heard about EFT - perhaps you saw it on CNN, or maybe you saw it demonstrated on TV's Discovery Channel, or read the cover story on it in Women's World magazine.
Women are more likely to be open to trying "unorthodox performance enhancement techniques, and EFT certainly falls in the category of "non-traditional game performance enhancement methods. However, the results of applying EFT have been nothing short of spectacular.
While technique is equally important for golfers of either sex, women may be more likely to get greater benefits in less time by the application of this performance enhancement technique to their game. EFT is a very intuitive technique and it may just be that women are better attuned to this realm.
Indeed, many of the top EFT practitioners are women, and the application of this technique to a woman's well tuned golf game may allow for greater breakthroughs in less time than for men.
Contributing author Stacey Vornbrock in particular is devoted to focusing her EFT talents on sports performance and range of motion issues. She continues to set the leading edge in energy techniques for golfers and others with sports performance issues.
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About The Author
Copyright 2005 Larry Phillips No Limit EFT Books.
Larry Phillips is an EFT practitioner, author and entreprenuer.