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Twelve simple exercises plus ten minutes a day, and you can transform your short game, strike chip shots with authority, land the ball where you want and impart any amount of backspin you need. Which is on the higher end of the spectrum, but I swing with extreme smooth tempo. Great article and I would, as a golf professional, totally agree. Steven R.
Could not agree more, I work with beginners and see how this can be so misinterpreted. Their backs are often rounded as well. A repeatable swing can only come about from proper sequence and being able to feel it. I find some of my longest shots are achieve that way and I am surprised by just how much carry I can achieve even when I get a nice high ball flight.
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Pingback: GolfWRX. Hi, Great post. I have had these all of them! My biggest problem is my approach shots, inaccurate and usually fading to the right, any ideas? Nick P — you must be one of those teachers that this column is talking about, huh? Picking the head up, defined as increasing the distance from the chin to the sternum, is a movement, as measured by all the motion analysis systems, that is minimal to non-existent in every golf swing. After spending several years studying the golf swing I would suggest the worst and most common fault in the amateur golfers game is excessive movement swaying, dipping, pulling out of the shot etc all of which are reduced by simply concentrating on keeping your head still through the shot.
The head is a movement relative to posture. Your head is connected to your spine thus if the spine angle changes the head will to. Swaying has nothing to do with keeping the head down. Troy Vayanos. I agree totally. I have been told repeatedly whenever I hit a poor shot that I was swinging too fast. This is a lot of rubbish. In fact they only look slower because their golf swings are so fluid and it gives the assumption that they are swing slower then they really are.
One thing I would caution on is fact 2 to swing the arms as fast as you can. I am getting closer to finally getting rid of casting the club, aka throwing the club from the top.
However, this has been a long path of hard work, studying golf, watching pro swings, and lessons. I feel that I now have a great amount of knowledge on the golf swing; but, if 6 months ago someone would tell me to swing the arms as fast as I can I would cast even worse and probably cause damage to my shoulder or something else through the use of incorrect excessive force. This MYTH column is great. I am guilty of always trying to keep my head down that I am left unbalanced and I do not have the best shot. Great read!
I was out playing golf with my wife and she was hitting it terribly due to being off balance. I made her play the next 3 holes, every shot, with her feet together. She hit the ball great. That is a great drill. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Here we go. Number 17 at Punta Mita.
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Water all down the left side. Over the ball. Check my alignments—good! Last look—where we want the ball to end up—good! No swing thoughts—great! Ball begins on the line I wanted—so far so good—apex perfect. Oh no! The answer is simply one of three things normally. This one is simple: Anytime you have conflicting thoughts over the ball and you are unsure of what to do next, step back and regroup!
Easy sounding right? Not at all!