Some Best Golf Swing Tips

Some Best Golf Swing Tips

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Since: May 12

Dallas, TX

#1 Aug 6, 2012
One of the best golf swing tips to improve your golf game is that if you straighten your left leg and lock your left knee joint before impact, you will mishit your golf shot.

Specifically, locking your left knee joint before your clubface contacts your ball during your down swing will change the bottom-out point of your swing arc and prevent you from hitting straight golf shots with callaway x-24 hot irons.

Even if you setup perfectly to your ball and otherwise swing your club to hit a golf ball straight, if you lock your left knee joint as your clubface contacts your ball during your down swing, your ball is going to fly anywhere but on a straight path to your target.

Some of the leading golf instructors imply you should straighten your left leg as your clubface enters the impact zone of your down swing with burner 2.0 irons .

They don't specifically state you should straighten your left leg and lock your left knee joint at the point of impact, but if you listen to some of them, you may be led to believe such.

For example, some instructors and commentators imply you should straighten your left leg when they talk about the importance of hitting against a firm left side. A few even suggest you should straighten your left leg at the point you deliver your clubface to your ball during your down swing with taylormade r9 driver.

Such suggestion definitely is not in keeping with the best golf swing instructions. However, I do not believe most of those who imply you should straighten your left leg at impact truly mean to suggest such an absurd idea.

Instead, I just believe they get caught up in the mechanics that you must hit against a firm left side. They then mislead golfers into assuming they should straighten their left leg during the impact zone of their down swing with taylormade burner plus irons. My take is they really mean to suggest that you should straighten your left leg immediately after impact, if at all, not at impact.

Irrespective of their intent, I often observe golfers on a practice range locking their left knee joint as they deliver their clubface to their ball at impact. As a result, they mishit every golf shot.

Therefore, regardless of what you may have interpreted from listening to golf instructors and commentators about hitting against a firm left side, please do not conclude that they mean to imply you should lock your left knee joint as you deliver your clubface to your ball at impact.

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