IMPORTANT GOLF TIPS
Start by checking
out the most suitable grip for you, the one that gives you the best control
of the club. This will take a bit of time and effort, but it is vitally
important, so start experimenting.
have have an objective on every shot. Without it one plays to just hit the
ball. Commitment leads to concentration, and concentration leads to great
shots. The next time you are on the course, notice if you have a specific
objective before each shot. Most golfers discover that most, if not all
of the time, they just hit it. That has to change if you are to play the
game you are truly capable of. Perhaps finding yourself under a tree where
you need to hit a real low shot with a 4 iron, but only move it 50 yards.
This kind of situation heightens commitment, and improves your concentration.
The Clubhead -
Everything that happens to the ball is governed by the clubface, and nothing
else. Learning to control it is going to give you control of your game.
How you stand and how you grip, will have an effect on what you can or cant
do with the club and therefore the ball, and that may lead you to hit a
regular shape of shot that you have come to accept, but dont necessarily
like. Therefore, if that shot is a slice, then unfortunately pulling back
your right foot at address will not make it draw, turning more on the backswing
will not make it draw, not even attacking it from the inside
will make it draw, only the clubface position at impact can make it draw.
- Explore everything, from grip, set-up and swing,
to trying to hit as many different shots as possible. To truly explore and
be creative you must be willing to step right out of your comfort zone and
try things that are extreme. Like seeing how much you can hook a 6 iron,
or how low it can go, and so on.
Course Management -
more control of your game means you can navigate your way round the course
more effectively. On every shot you must choose your target and shape of
shot carefully, to make your next shot as easy as possible.
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