What makes golf difficult is the thousands of different golf instruction methods available and the endless confusion it causes golfers. Most golfers get overwhelmed and lose sight of the very basic steps that are needed to play better golf. The internet has caused much confusion to golfers with its endless supply of videos and articles giving golfers a non-stop supply of knowledge on their golf swings.
Do you struggle to hit the centre of the clubface with most of your golf shots? Does your golf swing come down very steep and results in a lot of inconsistent shots left and right of the target? If either of these sound like you then learning to shallow out your golf swing is one of most important parts of the golf swing you can learn.
Are you guilty of hitting your driver off the heel and slicing the ball out to the right? Perhaps you might even catch it further left off the driver clubface which results in a golf shank and the ball flies straight 45 degrees right into a water hazard or out of bounds? If this sounds like you, then learning how to stop hitting golf heel shots is vital if you want to start shooting lower scores. The good news is with just a slight change to your set up, grip and swing plane you can fix your golf heel shots and hit the golf ball more consistently.
Do you struggle to get a full shoulder turn in golf and lack any sort of power off the tee? Maybe, you feel as though you don’t have the flexibility to turn your shoulders far enough like you used to 20 years ago? If either of these sound like you, most likely missing out on a lot of distance and consistency in your golf swing. The good news is this can easily be fixed by just understanding and implementing some simple drills that I’ll go through below.
Do you often catch the golf ball thin and watch it go sailing through the back of the green? Maybe, you struggle to hit the centre of clubface and the ball travels low to the ground and the club feels terrible in your hands? If either of these sound like you, then learning how to stop hitting thin golf shots will make a dramatic change in your golf scores. The good news is it’s not difficult to fix once you identify what’s causing the shot and then finally implement some simple drills.
Have you ever stood on the first tee calm and confident only to block the golf ball way right into a water hazard? Maybe you need a par on the last to shoot your best score and after splitting the fairway in two, you block your approach shot right into the bunker and end up with a messy bogey or even a double? If this sounds like you then it’s likely you are guilty of blocking golf shots or also called pushing golf shots. Fortunately like all golf faults, it can be fixed just be understanding the root cause of the issue.
Have you been enjoying a great round of golf only to find yourself shanking a golf shot when the pressure is on? Maybe you’re just struggling to make consistent contact with the centre of the clubface and tend to shank the golf ball when you least suspect it? If either of these sound like you, then you’re in dire need of a golf shank fix so it does no further damage to your golf scores. The good news is I’ve outlined the what, why and how to eliminate your golf shank so you can move ahead with your golf game and enjoy the day on the golf course.
Do struggle with balance or feel like you almost fall over during the golf swing? Maybe your left hip joint hurts after every round of golf? Are you finding it hard to make solid, consistent contact with the golf ball? If this sounds like you then there's a good chance your golf weight shift is not correct and it's causing multiple problems in your golf swing. The good news is getting the right weight shift in the golf swing is easy to do and any golfer can master it quickly.
Investigating methods to improve golf performance is often present in the media, for example, a recent edition of Today’s Golfer magazine included a review of fourteen different wedges and professional tips on wedge technique, scoring tips provided by Henrik Stenson and the coach of world number one Rory McIlroy. A review of golf drivers, categorising which models produce the highest distance for amateur golfers is also presented in the latest edition of lifestyle magazine, Men’s Health.
Sounds serious doesn't it? And that's because it is. A reverse pivot can sneak right into your swing and wreak havoc on your golf game. It is often overlooked, but can actually be the root cause of so many other swing flaws that people waste their time trying to fix. 85% of golfers slice the ball. Guess what can lead to a slice - a reverse pivot. Millions of golfers from beginners to high handicappers top and chunk the ball. What's one of the most common causes? You guessed it - a reverse pivot. Some more skilled players push and pull the ball. Gee, I wonder what could cause this?
Revealed:The Secret Of The Slice And How You Can Turn Your Worst Enemy Into One Of The Most Valuable Shots In Golf. Everyone slices … And (almost everyone) tends to develop a deep hate for the left to right shot shape that defines a beginner’s early career.
Do you struggle to hit consistent, solid golf shots from tee to green? Maybe you feel uncomfortable at address and stumble awkwardly every time you hit the golf ball? If this sounds like you then there’s a good chance your golf posture is not right and it is causing a number of bad things in your golf swing. You’re not alone, as most beginner and amateur golfers fail to get in the correct golf posture at address.
Does your golf swing feel off track right from the get go? Maybe it feels like you are pulling the club to the inside and your swing gets over the top? Getting the proper golf swing takeaway is vital to ensure the fluidity and plane of your entire golf swing. The good news with just a few minor changes you can develop your own takeaway to match that of your favourite touring professional.
Do you take the golf club way too far on the inside on the takeaway of your golf swing? Maybe you take the golf club too far on the outside on the takeaway? Are you not even sure which way the golf club should be facing on the takeaway and are confused on how it should look? You’re not alone, knowing the proper golf swing takeaway confuses most golfers especially those struggling to break 100. The good news is it’s really easy to get the correct position and once you know this you can replicate it time after time and enjoy great results with your golf swing.
Do you pull a lot of golf shots or hit a big slice that puts your ball in a whole lot of trouble? Maybe you push the golf ball way right of the target and hit a lot of fat and thin shots? If this sounds like you then there’s a good chance you are getting your golf club in the wrong position in your downswing. You’re not alone, as most golfers from beginner to amateur alike fail to get the golf club into the right position in the downswing.
It’s impossible to play great golf without the proper golf swing plane! If you’ve heard the phrase before and not taken much notice of it, stop and listen. Maybe you’ve heard your playing partners talking about swing planes before? You probably thought that were talking about jumbo jets or 747 air-crafts? Maybe you have some knowledge of the swing plane but don’t really understand it?
Are you struggling to make any sort of solid contact on the golf ball? Maybe you feel like you are coming down steep and chopping the ball resulting in a big banana slice? If this sounds like you then there's a good chance your golf swing plane is way off and it's causing a multitude of problems with your golf swing. You're not alone, as an ‘off plane' golf swing is extremely common and effects over 90% of amateur golfers. The good news is with just a bit of understanding you can find the correct golf swing plane for you and really see some fantastic improvement in your golf scores.
If you have ever spent any time on a golf course, you have probably hit a fat golf shot or two. It is nothing to be ashamed of, because it has happened to everyone that has ever picked up a golf club, even the professionals. Some people have figured out how to stop hitting fat golf shots, while others haven’t, so we have decided to provide you with some information to help you eliminate it from your game. I used the Perfect Golf Swing system to stop hitting fat shots and make solid contact with the golf ball.
Just about all golfers fear a shank. In reality though, they are an easy fix when you know the causes. It's not often that a shank will pop up randomly either. They seem to come in groups (one shank loves another) and go on for a while. Once fixed, they usually go away and don't come back. For higher handicappers misses such as whiffs and tops give them much more grief. For skilled players however, it's the hook that is one of the most bothersome misses in the game.
Upwards to 85% of golfers slice the ball. Occasionally the same players will hit a massive pull. That's because it is caused by the exact same swing path error. Most players who slice the ball think they do something completely different when they pull the ball. Typically only one little thing has changed and that's the club face.