Do your approaches shots constantly land short of the green or sail past they flag? Are you frustrated by putts that regularly stop beneath the cup or slide by several feet? The problem may not be poor club selection or mechanics, but rather perception. Misjudging distances is a common problem for golfers with their RAZR Hawk Driver . More often than not, it's due to a breakdown in either depth perception or target localization. Depth perception is the eyes' ability to judge distances in relation to other distances. That is being able to tell the difference between being 40 yards away from the green and 55 yards. Target localization accurately perceives the distance from one location to an object. For example, even though you are focused on the cup while putting, your eyes may be pointed at a spot in front of it, which your brain recognizes as the actual target. What causes these problems? Often your eyes drift from a target because of esophoria or exospheric, a mild to moderate condition that makes everything either look closer or further way than it actually is with your Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver . (You should consult an eye doctor to determine whether you suffer from this and its level of severity.) Fatigue, stress and weak eye control can also contribute to eye drifts. Other times you may rely too much on "eyeballing" distances even though your eyes are not properly conditioned. Visual Testing But odds are your eyes just need some specialized training. Here are two exercises that can enhance both depth perception and target localization. Practice them several times a week and soon you'll see what your game has been missing with your 913 d3 driver . Exercise No. 1 (Depth Perception) This is designed to improve your ability to estimate distance more accurately, and can be performed on or off the course, or better yet, on the driving range. First, choose a point several yards away. Guesstimate the distance by "walking" your eyes at a constant pace over the distance. Then physically walk the distance to determine the accuracy of your estimate. If you were off, re-examine the distance to better appreciate the actual distance with the 913 d3 . To help store the information, run your eyes back and forth over the distance several times. Try this with various lengths and shots -- from putts to approach shots. As you improve, try to determine halfway marks, too. Over time you'll be able to accurately judge10 feet or 10 yards. Then it's just a matter of counting how many times it overlays to a longer target. This is important when determining distances that are too long to walk off, such as 75 yards or more.
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