We review the latest iron release from PXG, featuring an even thinner face for more ball speed, more distance and better forgiveness.
0:00 // Intro
3:19 // Testing
8:08 // Conclusions
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Tips And Advice For Bettering Your Golf Game
Even the President of the United States needs his downtime. When he’s not relaxing in the Hamptons or pulling a bus tour across the nation, his destination of choice is the golf course. In fact, it’s been the preferred game of almost every President. Now, you might not be President yet, but you can still use these tips to improve your game.
A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to read up on all of the rules and regulations before going on the course. This will help to prevent possible embarrassment and uncomfortable situations that might arise otherwise. There is plenty of information online or in books to assist you.
In order to improve your drive you want to start by taking short consistent strokes and focus on hitting a straight shot, even if it is only for fifty yards. Once you have a consistent technique and consistent fifty yard shot start swinging a bit further back and a bit harder. Then don’t hit it any harder till the seventy yard is straight, the one hundred, and so forth.
When your ball is in a fairway bunker, a good rule of thumb is to figure out what club you would normally hit at the distance you are away from the hole and then take two clubs more. The sand deadens your shot, and by taking more club than you would normally hit, you will end up on the green.
A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to make sure that whenever you hit the ball your main goal is accuracy, with distance second. A ball that is hit short but that is on good line with a good second opportunity is far better than one hit further but in poor lie or with poor visibility to the green.
Are you having trouble slicing the ball away from you? Did the ball leave you in the shape of a banana? This is easy to fix. Move 2 inches closer to the ball so that your ball is just an inch away from the hosel. People’s first reaction during a swing is to pull yourself away from the ball. This will be corrected by moving up on the hosel.
It is wise to make and aim for a target when you are practicing your golf skills. By having something to aim at, you may find that it is easier to get the ball to go where you want it to. Before you start an actual game of golf, do the same thing – get some target practice in (it’s fun too!)
To get better at putting make sure to keep a soft tension free grip on the putter. You want to be free and relaxed. If you are tense, it is highly unlikely you will be able to make a high pressure putt, and very likely you will end up hitting the ball too hard.
Here are a few things you will need to have an enjoyable winter time game of golf: The very best thermal socks and waterproof golf shoes, a waterproof covering for your golf bag or a waterproof bag, a really good golf trolly, special rubber golf tees for winter play, a big thermos full of hot coffee or tea and perhaps a shot of something stronger, patience and humor.
Make sure that as you hit the golf ball, the face of the club is square to the ball. Doing this will help your ball to go straight. Your golf ball will go in an unintended direction if you don’t square your club up with it. Practice adjusting the angle of your club on the driving range to see how it affects the angle of your shot.
When putting, it can be confusing as to how you align yourself with the ball since it is different than a normal golf swing. Always remember that when you line up to putt, your eyes should be positioned directly over the golf ball, so that when you look straight down, you clearly see the ball.
You really don’t have to be President or rich or in any position of privilege to be a golfer. The wealthy and powerful enjoy the game simply because it’s an enjoyable game that anyone can play. Make sure that you’re using what you learned here to improve your game. Take a few strokes off and work on your swing!