Tips for Better Golf Accuracy

Tips for Better Golf Accuracy

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Since: Dec 12


#1 Dec 6, 2012
The golf swing can always be improved whether you want your shots to land on target more often or whether you want to get more distance from your shots, the golf swing can always be worked on. In this article I want to give you a quick guide on how to improve golf swing accuracy and power, it will focus on how to improve your accuracy, how to get more power and how to eliminate your mishits.

Golf is a game built off of skill, patience, and a high level of mental stamina. Most players never reach that next level of their game because of frustration and fatigue. When you are first learning to play, no two strokes will be the same. At one hole you will sink an eight foot putt with no problem, while at the next hole you completely miss the same eight foot putt by four feet.

The key to gaining accuracy is learning how to master your movement to the point where if needed, you can duplicate the same putt over and over again. Muscle memory is important in any sport, especially golf with best golf clubs. Through concentrated practice you teach your body to respond on command with very little thought or stressful efforts.

The number one thing I see amateur golfer do is set up with bad posture. If your back is rounded and you don't find balance in your set up it will cause many inconsistencies in your swing. Many golfers were never taught posture and this causes many issues on the course.

Posture with your driver doesn't look the same as with your wedges or irons. It's the only club most golfers hit on the way up instead of the way down. This gives you a launching type of feel and you can really gain distance by hitting the ball on the way up instead of on the way down. If you perfect your posture, you will be able to hit the ball further with clubs from rbz driver for sale online store.

Widen your stance to where your heels are directly under your shoulders. This gives you a more stable base to hit against... And you will not tend to sway off of the golf ball, so accuracy, returning the club head to the back of the golf ball for solid contact, is more likely to be enhanced.

While keeping your base stable, in a one piece motion sweep the club head up and back keeping your swing arc wide with a rather stiff left arm. If your lower body remains stable and doesn't sway off of the swing plane, then your backswing will be more compact, and without traveling added, unwanted distances, you will more likely be able to return the club head squarely to the ball for a more powerful and accurate shot with diablo edge irons.

Target awareness is probably an important factor in accuracy. Some consider it even more important than confidence or good swing mechanics. While that's debatable, there's no doubt that it's among the top keys to accuracy. But choosing a target doesn't mean picking out a spot "somewhere out there." It means picking out a very specific target and aiming for it.

These golf tips help improve swing accuracy. When combined with the proper mechanics, they help golfers pinpoint their shots with consistency. Practice also helps. Together, confidence and accuracy shave strokes off your golf handicap.

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