Message from Mark: There are many elements to the golf swing. From the setup all the way to your takeaway, backswing, transition, downswing, impact, and follow-through. The golf swing can get extremely technical, but it doesn’t have to be. Plus, it shouldn’t be. Don’t be those golfers at the range smashing 300 balls a day, trying all sorts of weird moves to ‘perfect’ their golf swing.
A good golf swing is a smooth one and if I were you, I’d get a coach. Seriously, just get a good golf coach to sort it all out (though it can be quite expensive). What should you do with all these golf swing resources then? Use these resources to make your lessons cheaper! These golf swing tips and your golf lessons will make you learn much faster and give you more clarity on what the proper golf swing should be. Saving you money, time, and your sanity (trust me).
Our breakdown will discuss and explain five of the most common types of golf swings so you can learn what category your swing naturally falls under. As a bonus, we highlight the Pros and Cons of each type of swing and point our readers toward professional golfers with these swing types to emulate and watch for your own review.
Your golf backswing sets the stage. It allows you to stack energy for maximum clubhead speed at impact. Do you think about your golf backswing a lot? Could a lousy backswing be the cause of your missed greens and fairways? Smart golfers know a solid backswing is critical for hitting the ball far and straight. … Read more
Fixing a golf slice starts with closing your club face on impact and not swinging out-to-in. To do this we encourage golfers to adopt a stronger grip, open their golf stance, and make sure they are using the right shafts for their golf clubs.
A golf swing plane is an invisible flat surface a golfer follows during their golf swing to produce the ideal swing path for the clubhead. Every golf club has its own swing plane mostly due to the difference in their club lengths. Regardless, there are two types of swing planes most golfer’s go with: the one-swing plane and the two-swing plane.
The only golf swing guide you’ll need with illustrations, steps, drills, and practical tips provided! Covering body rotation, club positioning, weight distribution and more.
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