Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Popular golf myths debunked
Labels: Pitching, Instruction, Faults And Fixes, Quick Tips, Ballstriking, Driving, Swing, Power, Techniques, Chipping, Game Improvement, Blades, Full Swing, Exercises, Slicing
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THE FIX: Know where your center is. Your center has the biggest influence on how solidly you'll hit your chips. If your center is even or ahead of the ball, then you have a much better chance of catching the ball solid.
Shoulder tilt—if your left shoulder is a lot higher than your right shoulder, then you'll chunk. Try some chip shots with your shoulders more even with the ground. This promotes a more descending blow and solid contact.
MYTH #6: KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN
THE FIX: After you get in your pos-ture, take a clubshaft and hold it behind your back. Ideally, the back of your head, upper back and lower back will all be lined up when you get into your setup position.
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