Playing golf wearing a BRAIN SCANNER....this thing is UNREAL!
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  • Peter Finch Golf
    Peter Finch Golf

    Hey you...have a great day ❤️

    • Noah Gustafson
      Noah Gustafson

      No u

    • Kelly McKinney
      Kelly McKinney

      You as well Pete

    • Joshua Mowery
      Joshua Mowery

      You too mate

    • Josh Ramm
      Josh Ramm

      Have a great day! Thanks for all the awesome content!

    • Bytor Snow Dog
      Bytor Snow Dog

      You too mate

  • Zane Gray
    Zane Gray

    I get in the zone as a goalie. Time to tap into that as a golfer

  • Stephen Fowler
    Stephen Fowler

    "Flow" one round I hit 16/18 greens in regulation 15 of which were inside 20 feet. I'd say that qualifies as being in the zone.

  • Rufuss Thoo
    Rufuss Thoo

    Pete, I disagree that 'analytical' necessarily equates to overthinking. I can be 'in the zone' while focusing entirely on correct set-up elements to create a shot shape, swing length to deliver desired distance, estimated impact on ball flight of wind speed and direction, etc. Equally, I can 'overthink' while trying to visualise the precise ball flight, landing point, roll etc. while 'feeling' the shot. Of course, while I said "can", I really meant "could" because I never actually "do". My problem is I use both sides of my brain and therefore overthink twice as much ;(

  • Russell Longhurst
    Russell Longhurst

    This is what zen golf teaches. Forget the noise and let the body do it’s thing

  • Ethan Santucci
    Ethan Santucci

    To put right brained golf in layman’s terms: No thoughts, head empty. Monkey swing stick very fast hit ball hard go very far

  • hmpfftss
    hmpfftss

    Pete, if you haven't already, you should read Zen Golf by Jospeh Parent. That book brings mindfulness to the golf course in an easy and beautiful way.

  • M R
    M R

    It would be interesting to see this on a high handicaper

  • Miles Otway
    Miles Otway

    The zone hasn't happened for me with golf but there were days when I played uni level tennis 15 years ago where I just felt I could put the ball exactly where I wanted, particularly serving, without any mental effort at all. Same playing rugby as a goalkicker, there were days when I just did not have to think about it. Really interesting stuff.

  • M M
    M M

    Finchy you've done it again 😂😂 quality content as usual . Look ace as Rambo

  • Jarvis Nederlof
    Jarvis Nederlof

    your started to go left brain right as you were hitting about half way through and your performance started dropping, which is super insightful.

  • Q Waidi
    Q Waidi

    I am actually not convinced if this stuff works. But give it a go and I will be interested in the results. Happy Easter Peter

  • Mark Johnson
    Mark Johnson

    This sounds fascinating! I am looking forward to hearing how you get on. Best of luck.

  • Uraz Kıvaner
    Uraz Kıvaner

    unless you have a completely consistent technic like tour pros this exercise would not work. Because you can be in the zone for 10 mnts straight but if your shot technic is not consistent enough you would still struggle during that moment. As a person who just recently changed his swing technic you should first get more consistent with hitting the shot shapes you want to the desired targets IMHO... The same principle applies to music. Unless you are able to own and master your exercises you can not perform them on stage perfectly when you're in the zone...

  • Ian Graham
    Ian Graham

    This seems to be the philosophy that Marcus Bell from Zen golf teaches

  • Ali Line
    Ali Line

    This was fascinating, Peter, thanks. Good luck with the training and i look forward to a future video on the results.

  • Chastan Moser
    Chastan Moser

    Went into the zone a couple days ago. Was -2 thru 9. Then I had to get to a family dinner. Wonder how low I could've gone

  • Tom Ward
    Tom Ward

    Great content mate 👍🏻 keep killing it 👊🏻

  • Dave Shannon
    Dave Shannon

    I think a lot of golf is actually mental strength, I mean a lot of us amateurs would worry about our swings, our duffs, shanks etc but for you, despite you obviously work hard on your technique etc but I'd say if you can get the mental side working, find that happy place I think you'll see dramatic results, looking forward to seeing how this progresses, great video matey

  • Matty Blake
    Matty Blake

    I always find when I have a good round I get to the end and realise I wasn’t thinking about my swing and was just in the zone. If only we could get into the zone every time we played

  • Kay Champion
    Kay Champion

    Wow! This is mental. At today’s practice session I did deep breathing before striking each ball whilst focusing on the back of the ball (spot I want to strike) and had a GREAT practice session - I was hitting straight and even drawing the ball instead of slicing it. And then I see this video. Wow!!! Synchronicity.

  • Joe Perez
    Joe Perez

    Mushin: MOO-sheen (moo, as in cow). It seems the longer the club, the earlier you slide into the left-side of the brain. 🤔

  • Dominic Blattmann
    Dominic Blattmann

    This video just made me playing my first round

  • ed f
    ed f

    You looked completely relaxed and fluid

  • thomas kidwell
    thomas kidwell

    At this point, been watching you for years Pete, that swing is buttah! Interesting vid. It’ll be fun to see how it helps

  • Tony Schneider
    Tony Schneider

    As a pool/snooker player in addition to golfing, I can fully appreciate and understand the mental side of the game. One book I read about the mental aspect of sports like this is called “Pleasures of Small Motions”. It was written billiards-specific, but has a lot of techniques I use on the course for thinking through shots, because pool and golf both have preshot routines and table/course management.

  • James Anderson
    James Anderson

    Best left until April 1st.

  • Bryan Romey (ChefRomes)
    Bryan Romey (ChefRomes)

    I haven't laughed that hard in awhile. "I'm getting excited you can tell" brain machine oooooooohhhhewwwwwewwww.

  • Stephen T
    Stephen T

    Right finally am lost in the zone !

  • Peter Firth
    Peter Firth

    Imagine if you just got white noise 😂 🤔 😂

  • NomisArchitecture
    NomisArchitecture

    I've had 1 instance of rightside (The zone)....at 17.5 handicap and shot 73 off the stick in a comp...

  • Brian Hansen
    Brian Hansen

    My last season I never thought about my swing technically - and it was sooo much easier shaping and hitting shot. This year I've been working on some swing changes, and its so so hard to get into the groove.

  • Sean Taylor
    Sean Taylor

    Two words..."Stenson, Mollinari" 😊

  • Lewis Tollie
    Lewis Tollie

    I am never in the creative side. I rely on Rick Shiels to try and fix my constant chunking of the ball.

  • Chris Clark
    Chris Clark

    Recently I’ve struggled with the way I’m hitting the ball and as a way of attempting to cure poor golf I thought technically and got many things in my head before hitting a shot. I’ve realised it only puts me at a disadvantage. Great video Pete and I’m excited to try to think more about target and use the left side of my brain more.👍

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    ruswandi windi

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  • Sven Brouer
    Sven Brouer

    Very interesting Pete. This is an area which is definitely not covered often on instructional videos. But I am convinced this plays a large part in playing better golf. I find that I play a lot better when I focus on on one thing like turning my hips or "hitting with my left shoulder" Although these swing-thoughts might have some technical merit on their own I think the effect of freeing my mind and letting me be "in the moment"might be even bigger.

  • Tim Chamberlain
    Tim Chamberlain

    I like the idea of this as a means to train yourself in to focusing more on the shot, but I'm nearly positive the whole right brain vs left brain things has been debunked in modern neuroscience.

  • Jesse Rigsby
    Jesse Rigsby

    Trying to relax is quite the paradox. There's a reason it is difficult to get "in the zone"

  • Tom Bedlam
    Tom Bedlam

    Just gonna throw this in here, but there is absolutely no evidence to suggest that there is any such thing as left or right brained. its based on a very outdated form of phrenology that has been largely debunked. My brother's a clinical physchiatrist, I thought it was a real thing but apparently its total bollocks XD

  • Andy Murn
    Andy Murn

    Really enjoyed that one 👌👍

  • Ben Lemoi
    Ben Lemoi

    By far my biggest mistake I always make is always having swing thoughts my entire round of golf. as soon as I get on the course they start creeping in, tough not too especially when your not striking the ball as well as you’d like to.

  • Gary Brumley
    Gary Brumley

    Interesting subject. I remember being “in the zone” twice while playing. Those were the two times that I scored in the 70’s. I may have to pick up this device. Seems like it could help. Cheers!

  • stefon dai Thomas
    stefon dai Thomas

    When you play rubbish you use the left side, in the zone usually happens when you play well...what I find anyway. I guess the way I need to adapt to this would be to just swing through the bad play and try not to think about swing thoughts etc.

  • Carson Jewett
    Carson Jewett

    Play your cut Pete; play your cut

  • Roger Tonic
    Roger Tonic

    Bryson got only one half...or he is a lefty.

  • Cerberus
    Cerberus

    Pete would you say that when you broke the record you was in the flow state?

  • Carson Jewett
    Carson Jewett

    I was in the zone last week at our first match of the season; I wasn't thinking about golf at all, just staring at the trees, birds, clouds, etc. I went even par for 6 holes and then took an 8 on a par 5 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ and then got analytical

  • Bob Foster
    Bob Foster

    When I saw 350 quid off of eBay 🤔 I thought yeh right 😂😂

  • Curtis Cole
    Curtis Cole

    I would love to see a video with this same test using tDCS (Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation). It's in the same vein as this method but is "SUPPOSED" to speed up the learning experience and enhance focus. But, I can't say one way or the other that it's a good idea or if it works. Check out the RadioLab 9-Volt Nirvana podcast.

  • Alain Richard
    Alain Richard

    I believe I am a mix of both: I like to know how many yards to the pin, I like to work on my swing mechanics and I analyse the course (water, bunker, etc). BUT, I also think a lot about what I want my shot to look like. I see it in my head. I like to "see" what the ball will do when it's in the air and when it lands on that spot I picked in the fairway (I'm a 50/50 guy so... rough or fairway). I also "look" at player's (and mine) swing to see what it looks like without focus on technique. For example: I hate Bryson's swing. I get that there's so much going on but to me, it's not appealing. On the flip side, Westwood's swing is a beauty while I believe there is a much thought going into the shot as there would be for Bryson... Even for you Pete, I don;t like what your Driver swing looks like. But when you hit your wedges, I like it. Looks what a wedge shot looks like in my head. Anyway, love the studio, I am jealous. For real.

  • Reinard Theron
    Reinard Theron

    Just loving your humor!😂

  • Patrick Horrell
    Patrick Horrell

    Next video will be Ultra Instinct Pete

  • Marco Gallone
    Marco Gallone

    It just clicked for me now, every time I go hitting balls into my backyard net, range or simulator just for the fun of it I’m not outcome driven I put a really nice smooth and overall better swing/strike compared to when I tell myself “this ball needs to go exactly 140 yards” “this ball needs to carry the bunker”, even when I’m thinking “swing smooth” its generally crap. The moral of the story, let your body do what it’s been trained to do. Because subconsciously it is capable of doing exactly what you want it to do without worrying about swing mechanics or outcomes. Great video Pete!

  • Daddy Harry
    Daddy Harry

    So you’re the Rambo of Foresight or Karate Kid of Golf?

  • Corrie Woodland
    Corrie Woodland

    sounds like a wind tunnel between the ears. eerie

  • Gregor Davidson
    Gregor Davidson

    Great video

  • David Schmider
    David Schmider

    Scientific and analytical! I loved this. We know the brain has such an effect on our golf game, but never seen a way to measure it. Great video Peter!

  • James Snyder
    James Snyder

    Great video! So often golf buddies will give advice and force us into the left side of our brain. Too many swing thoughts, not enough creativity.

  • NIck Bromley
    NIck Bromley

    So I start this video and thought. Pete has totally lost it this time. But I watch on and it was a brilliant video. Never judge a Pete by a cover 🙌🏻🙌🏻

  • Owen Harris
    Owen Harris

    Is Pete's brain just playing the Pink Panther theme tune on a loop??

  • Ryan Podmore
    Ryan Podmore

    When your looking at a point on the ball, is there a specific area (back or top of ball) good video Pete 👍

  • Barlow260
    Barlow260

    I wonder what it would have shown with the Stenson Molinari mantra?

  • Bryon Burrell
    Bryon Burrell

    Love it!! Getting your head out the way. Your hands will be smarter than your head is when you're in the flow

  • Kevo Channer
    Kevo Channer

    I think you need a tin foil hat to go with the latest ensemble 😀 In all seriousness this could be very useful but how do you know it is measuring what you were saying? Could it just be moving randomly or van you actually see it move if you do something else?

  • Tom Polkinghorne
    Tom Polkinghorne

    Very interesting,,

  • Jase Locke
    Jase Locke

    Great video that Pete But I always think about the beer afterwards and what food to get 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Roli Rivelino
    Roli Rivelino

    Daniel Kanehman the author of 'Thinking Fast & Slow' says that flow state is actually on the ragged edge of right/left brain. This makes sense if you think about it, you need the analytical side to measure the shot and swing, but then the right side to 'see' and 'feel' the shot. I've done a lot of work and research into this, 'Zen Golf' is also another great resource, and I recommend meditating, as the state is very similar to flowstate.

  • Jamie Hipperson
    Jamie Hipperson

    I love this Pete!!! I have tried to reduce my swing thoughts down to just one, watch the ball leave the club and these ideas you have put up really resonate and I think they will help me. Thank you and I can’t wait to see how it improves your game 👍🏼

  • thomas dodsworth
    thomas dodsworth

    As if. Everytime you hit a pull if you watch the brain image it just flicks for a second over to the left side and the fact you can see it and it has an impact that's crazy!!

  • Chris Oh
    Chris Oh

    Interesting concept. My biggest issue with swing thoughts, is I can't remember all of the things I'm trying to remember in every swing :D

  • daren mcleod
    daren mcleod

    Take it out on a golf course

  • aksfalcon
    aksfalcon

    Totally get the "zone" thing. I recently finally got proper cleated shoes and they've been throwing me off with my swing/confidence etc. A week or two before, I noticed that I was sometimes getting into the "zone" I guess. I would hit the ball well and pretty close to how I wanted to and how I imagined it, but I was bewildered at HOW I actually managed to do it (like mechanically). So I figured I shouldn't think about it too much and move onto the next shot I would end up hitting next.

  • lee jordan
    lee jordan

    its most be so hard to focus on your game while trying to make a video.

  • Simon Southby-Ryland
    Simon Southby-Ryland

    Ermmm interesting, I think we all long to have a 'Mushi flow' :) Was this supposed to be released on Thursday?? ;) Love the new studio, looking forward to seeing you back on the course. #snakeoil

  • Jambodian
    Jambodian

    Hey Pete. Take a look at a technique called anchoring. It would go really well with this and is a great tool for golf.

  • Glenn Murley
    Glenn Murley

    Do you think something like this is different for pros and amateurs? Pros have and do hit many balls it’s much easier for them to rely on muscle memory/switch off and just swing plus their swings are technically much better There’s a fine balance between thinking about what you’re doing and not over thinking about what your doing though, great video 👍

  • Guy Davey
    Guy Davey

    That was really interesting and a little weird.... great stuff keep it up! Interested to see the outcome.

  • Johny the BFG
    Johny the BFG

    Could loan that out to certain SVsoft golfers to cover up their receding hairline Just a thought

  • Adam Allsopp
    Adam Allsopp

    Great video. This could be the thing take you to The Open! 🤞🤞🤞🤞

  • craig4811
    craig4811

    It's cool you're giving something new a try! It's hard to know how to work on the mental game.

  • Fabian Standaert
    Fabian Standaert

    I believe this awareness and focus piece is what Tiger is doing with his "photograph" approach to putting!

  • gstaun88
    gstaun88

    Very interesting tool and ideas. However, I do want to say the idea of left and right sided use of the brain is very controversial, for example there are no differences in the brain activity of each side for creative vs analytical personality types

  • Mike Oakley
    Mike Oakley

    The graft Pete puts in on camera is unbelievable, Imagine what he’s doing off camera as well! Best of luck for 2021 Pete!

  • Creamie
    Creamie

    Had a very similar thing when I did bowling for 15 years any time I got on the approach is follow the same setup and it put me in that "zone" where I couldn't hear anything unless someone called my name and I was focused on one point 15 foot down the lane of where I wanted the balled to pass over it's a thing but it can also be very hard to get into if you don't have that setup that can put you in it or there is something that breaks your pattern

  • Joseph
    Joseph

    Read Zen Golf by Joseph Parent. Comes down to pre swing thought during the game. 1.Pick your target. 2. Trust your swing .3. Have Fun. Only say those 3 things on each tee or any shot really. Practice range is different, there you can be mechanical.

  • Jake Vaughan
    Jake Vaughan

    i’ve felt the zone in other sports before but never golf hope to feel that way on the course soon!

  • Rob Biles
    Rob Biles

    When you go in to the right side of your brain the music needs to change to 'Stenson Molinari Stenson Molinari Stenson Molinari'. 🤣🤣

  • Søren Frisk Mortensen
    Søren Frisk Mortensen

    Hi Pete! You should really read one of Bob Rotella’s books for how to optimize your mental game. I can recommend “Golf is not a game of perfect”.

  • Kevin Wood
    Kevin Wood

    Interesting video. What made you think of this, you’re right side or your left side?

  • adam goodman
    adam goodman

    It sounds like it could be a perfect tool to get you into the correct mindset as a pre round routine?

  • FBRR2
    FBRR2

    Quiet eye ..pre-shot routine, no tech thought,,,all sounds like sporting clays video. Golf and shooting sports are very similar. We use to use Bob Rottela's book "golf is not a game of perfect" for shooting sports mental game. Now that I also play golf a lot of the mental game is practiced and learned from my sporting clays training.

  • Jory H
    Jory H

    Great content! So interesting. Love the FSX skills challenge!

  • Mel Abshier
    Mel Abshier

    What sound does it make when the hot looking cart girl drives up to see if you need a drink? 😉

  • Eric Smith
    Eric Smith

    The quality of content you put out to your viewers is outstanding Pete. Great music selection and loved the video!

  • Anders Vestunis
    Anders Vestunis

    I noticed when I have a solid round. I don’t really remember the shots I hit. Not sure if I have early onset Dementia or just in the zone 😂😂

  • SauciestElk
    SauciestElk

    New drinking game: watch all of Pete's recent Videos and take a shot every time he starts by walking in from the left 😆

  • Jake Heaser
    Jake Heaser

    this is so cool! i want one of these so bad!

  • Naught Meenaym
    Naught Meenaym

    How much of the improvement in focus is attributed to the data gained from the scanner and how much is due to the placebo affect of the awareness of thought process caused by wearing something? Could it be your mind is powerful enough to get similar results by concentrating fully wearing an average sweat band? Probably. Try that.

  • 7y13r5c077
    7y13r5c077

    My only swing thought is you, Peter😏