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Golf Tips For Producing The Perfect Backswing

backswing golf tips Feb 16, 2019

Proper Golf Stance Produces The Perfect Backswing

Every awesome golf swing you’ve ever admired began with establishing a proper golf stance before ever swinging the club.

Fans and pros alike are captivated by the perfect swings showcased on the PGA Tour, but very few recognize that these results are attainable for many through working on our stances.

After reviewing the actionable golf tips provided in the video above and digesting this article, you too can begin crafting a proper golf stance that achieves winning results on the golf course and the driving range.

Every Golfer Can Improve Their Golf Stance

Often when an individual takes the plunge into the exciting sport of golf, it may be lost upon them exactly how important their golfing stance relates to the end result of their swing.

Even the most novice golfer can make the needed adjustments to their swing setup that will ensure the golf ball travels as they intend, often with only minimal time spent on doing so.

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Essential Driver Golf Tips For Longer Shots

driver golf tips Feb 09, 2019

Essential Driver Golf Tips For Longer Shots

If you’re having trouble adding long distance to your golf shots, you’re not alone.

Most golfers, regardless of skill level, complain of hitting their shots shorter than intended, with little idea of how to effectively expand the distance of their drives.

While golfing does not have a cookie cutter application for adding distance to our shots, there are several adjustments able to be applied to our golf swings that create the perfect environment for increased distance.

Proper Weight Distribution To Increase Driving Distance

Very important though often overlooked, properly distributing our body weight can add more distance to an otherwise normal golf swing.

At the pinnacle of our backswing, ideally 40% of our body weight should be on our front leg, with the remaining 60% distributed to our back leg.

As our body rotates through the golf ball, guided by our hands and hips, only 10% of our body weight should remain on our back...

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Easy Golf Tips for Improved Downswing

downswing golf tips Feb 06, 2019

Easy Golf Tips for Improved Downswing

Correcting an over the top downswing requires golfers to examine the overuse present in their upper body motion during their golf swing.

Identifying the moment in their golf swing that causes overuse in their upper body will eliminate the common mistake of coming over the top on their swings.

An over the top swing happens when our golf club veers away from the desired swing plane, with the head attacking the golf ball from outside in.

If the clubface takes impact squarely, our shot will be pulled, while an open clubface will cause the the shot to be sliced.

Before we can fix our faulty downswing, we must identify where and how we’re coming over the top.

Pinpointing The Malfunction In Your Downswing

Golfers may be committing a variety of miscalculations while working through their downswing, any of which may be the cause of a sliced or pulled shot

Many players retrace their golf swings in reverse in order to identify the actions that may be...

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Proven Golf Tips That Maximize Impact Position Performance

golf tips impact position Jan 26, 2019

Proven Golf Tips That Maximize Impact Position Performance

If you’re having trouble adding long distance to your golf shots, you’re not alone.

Most golfers, regardless of skill level, complain of hitting their shots shorter than intended, with little idea of how to effectively expand the distance of their drives.

While golfing does not have a cookie cutter application for adding distance to our shots, there are several adjustments able to be applied to our golf swings that create the perfect environment for increased distance.

Proper Weight Distribution To Increase Driving Distance

Very important though often overlooked, properly distributing our body weight can add more distance to an otherwise normal golf swing.

At the pinnacle of our backswing, ideally 40% of our body weight should be on our front leg, with the remaining 60% distributed to our back leg.

As our body rotates through the golf ball, guided by our hands and hips, only 10% of our body weight should remain...

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