Tips to Improve Your Overall Game

Tips to Improve Your Overall Game

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Since: May 12


#1 Dec 29, 2012
Today, I am going to give you 10 quick tips that can form your over-all game and turn golf into something that is fun again. Let us get started...

1.) Use Your Body For Power
Remember that power comes from the body, not your arms. In order to learn to address the ball with your body for power, you should rest the 913 titleist driver behind the ball with your body in a dead-lock position. Now, try to drag the ball into the air. If you can't accomplish this, it is because you are using your hands and not your body. Keep practicing, you will get it down soon.

2.) Quit Slicing!
Often times, the slice comes from the right elbow flying out. To fix this, try to keep your elbow tucked in slightly. If you notice a draw, it is because the elbow is tucked in a bit too much. You are probably slicing with 913 titleist driver because your elbow is flying out, causing an over the top motion on the ball. No telling what that spin will do to the ball...

3.) Solid Plane, Slice Free!
All golfers need a swing that comes slightly from the inside. You may also be slicing because your swing patch is coming from to far outside. Actually, that is 90% of why you have a slice with clubs from 913 d3 driver for sale online store, I am positive. We can use the box method to overcome this small issue. Take a golf ball box and stand it on its side. Align the box parallel to your target. Now, groove the ball to a target but DO NOT hit that box. This will fix your slice, eventually.

4.) Quit Flipping!
When your body is to far in front of the ball, you experience flipping. This will cause your club from 913 d3 driver for sale online shop to lag with an open face. Your hands will try as their hardest to close that face at impact, causing the ball to shoot directly beside you. You need to establish a firm left side so this doesn't happen.

5.) Chipping
Chipping is a very important aspect of golf. We all need to practice it consistently. Do this, Take a wooden dowel and place it through the hole on the top of the grip on a pitching wedge. Push the dowel roughly eight to 12 inches down the butt end of the shaft. Two to three feet of the dowel should extend outward from the top of the grip. Now, practice your swing. If that wooden dowel hits your at any time, your left wrist is breaking down. After about 100 swings, you will get the feel for it.

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