One, you can stand on driving range and you can hit a lot of golf balls really working hard on your game and sooner or later you're going to be able to develop a dependable golf swing, a swing where you can produce the shots that you're really looking for.
That certainly is one way.
A second way is by using good visualization skills.
By really honing in on what you're trying to accomplish visually you can just kind of let your body follow that lead.
Then the third way is by taking really good rehearsals.
Some might call it practice swings, but I like to call it a good rehearsal.
Let's say that you have a shot.
I have an eight iron out.
Let's say you have a shot where you're trying to hit it ...
I got a little bit of breeze blowing ...
trying to hit kind of a medium just a little bit lower than medium shot with a slight draw on it and maybe or maybe not I'm feeling pretty comfortable with this, but I know it's the right shot.
Well, I want to go back just behind the ball.
I want to get set up as if there were a ball there and I want to rehearse this absolutely like it was the shot I was trying to hit.
Not just those little practice swing where you just kind of break in the rhythm, but a true rehearsal where I am rehearsing exactly that shot.
Then by feeling that by knowing that I did that well, I'm going to be able to stand up over the golf ball and simply repeat that swing and that shot.
Try to keep it simple, but the simple part might be the most important.
A really good rehearsal might give you the confidence that it takes to stand up over the golf ball and execute the shot.