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Paralysis by analysis? Graham DeLaet finds two pages of an amateur’s swing keys during pro-am

October 12, 2015

One thought is believed to be about the extent of what the brain can process in the course of executing a golf swing. As Adam Scott once said, “whatever I’m working on, I like to keep one swing thought in my head when I’m on the course.”

So Graham DeLaet, playing in the Ricky and Suzanne Barnes Foundation charity pro-am on Monday, found two pages of an amateur's rather extensive swing keys, suggesting a golfer who might be overthinking things. Of course, he shared them via Twitter, meanwhile accusing them of belonging to Colt Knost:

As for Knost, no stranger to banter, he Tweeted this in responese: