Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Fix your common flaws now
Labels: Instruction, Faults And Fixes, Grips, Ballstriking, Driving, Techniques, Full Swing, Body, Slicing, Shotmaking
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Golf is a game of minimizing your mistakes. It's not about hitting it perfect every time; even the best players in the world are prone to an errant shot every now and then. The secret is in making as few unforced errors as you can, and fix the swing flaws that cause them to happen. The following pages will help you fix a few common swing flaws (that novice and advanced players both make) and get your game back on track to start shooting lower scores. Pay close attention to the swing flaws that look and sound familiar to your game, and heed the advice we have for you. With the right guidance, and a little elbow grease out on the practice tee, you'll see lower scores in no time.
GRIP IN THE FINGERS/HIT IT FARTHER
For a great drill to get the hands more active and to grip more in the fingers, simply flip the club upside down and make a few swings gripping the skinniest part of the clubshaft. As you whip the grip end around, you'll find that a grip more in the fingers is a lot more effective than one with the club more in the palms.
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