In this video, Steve gives you some really easy golf swing tips that can potentially increase your drives by 30-50 yards if fully implemented!
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Whether seeking a new hobby that allows you to enjoy the outdoors or a sport that encourages mental focus and concentration, give golf a shot. Once you learn some of the basics and apply them on the course, you begin to understand that golf isn’t all that hard to play.
To improve your golf swing, keep your hands low and reduce the height of your follow-through. This reduces the height of your shots, which gives you better control of the ball. Keep your hands low at the finish of your shot to easily reduce the height of your shot trajectory.
Adjusting the choke applied to the club – how high or low the shaft is gripped – is the throttle good golfers use to moderate their shots’ distance. Choking down on the club reduces power for shorter, more controlled shots. Choking up releases the full power of the golfer’s swing for maximum distance.
When faced with a long putt, concentrate on how fast you will hit the ball. Do not concentrate solely on your aim; you should aim for a target that is between the ball and the hole. This strategy will likely shorten the distance required of your second putt.
If you are hitting the ball fat (too far behind the ball) or thin (too high on the ball) your problem is probably swaying during the shot. Try focusing on keeping your weight on the inside of your right foot during your swing. This will help keep you stationary during your swing and the club will come down where you addressed the ball.
A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to know the different types of competition types that can be played. This will enable you to understand how to play the game properly. Generally golf is played either as stroke or match play. This, respectively would be either based off of the winner of each individual hole versus the overall score for the entire course.
Remember, putting is just like golfing. The club is a pendulum. An extension of your body that moves freely, like the pendulum of a grandfather clock. This is especially true with putting. Almost no force needs to be exerted in a putt. Simply lift the club to the desired distance on the pendulum swing and that let your arm muscles go. You’ll be surprised how far the ball goes.
Watch your grip tension. If you find that your ball tends to veer off to the left, check that you are not holding your golf club too loosely. Conversely, gripping the club too tightly can cause a golf ball to veer to the right. Adjust your grip accordingly and you will find it easier to aim true.
Before you hit the ball, take a deep, cleansing breath. By doing this, you will help yourself calm down and be able to focus more on how to properly address your ball. Take your time to envision where you need the ball to travel. In a competitive setting, deep breathing can also reduce tension.
You do not need a set of professional grade clubs with all the accessories to begin to learn to play the sport of golf. First of all, golf is expensive. As you get better, reward yourself with more expensive clubs and accessories, but to begin, just get a good set of clubs.
If you are trying to find that sweet spot on a golf club, a great tip in finding it is to keep practicing until you are able to hit the ball at the bottom of the arc. You will notice a difference when you find that spot, and when you do, you will see the length of your drives drastically increase.
To teach your child golf, don’t be too technical. Your little one is not going to understand a lot of golf jargon, and s/he won’t really care about form; however, hitting the ball into the hole is bound to be very motivating. Start out with miniature golf and add a few trips to the putting range to teach your child to love golf.
With the tips you just read, you can more successfully hit the golf course with confidence. As with anything else, the more information you learn, the easier it will be to become better at what you are doing.