Diabolical Perfecting ScoringPosted by geodie
From: George Silberzahn
Sent: November 10, 2009 6:45 AM
Hello Ken, nice to hear from you. Better still to hear you are doing so well. Here are a couple of things for you. Let me know how you make out with these? If the “Perfecting scoring” is a problem, put it away until you think you are ready.
Your friend in darts, George S.
Thank you for the drill. I now see why you are so hesitant to give it away too early as it is clearly a diabolical piece of work. Although I was not as ready as I thought, I am able to complete 5 drill marks on two numbers about half the time. It takes a great deal of mental toughness to not let it beat you down and I’ve learned a tremendous amount about my reaction to success and adversity after only a couple weeks on the drill. At one point I was able to come back from -14 on 20’s and complete it which was a real thrill. I’ve been able to isolate my most common times for lapses in focus and have started working on techniques to shore that up. The first few times I ran the drill I think I set a new personal best for cursing as I continued to sail my third dart outside the wedge to drop points. After that experience I don’t think there is any result that will rattle me at the oche.