Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast

Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast

The most crucial factor in hitting the golf ball cleanly and consistently is the ability to get “under”. The ball with the front side of the swing. This means contacting the minimum of the swing arc with the target spot on the ball.

This advocates contacting the ball prior to the floor.

One can cultivate this feel by drawing a demarcation on the ground with a tee or stick. One can also space a row of tees approximately 6-8 inches apart, perpendicular to the object ball. Pace up and down the line and strike until one creates divots consistently a-front the starting line. Balls can then replace the tees or be positioned between them.

Once this drill is perfected, control, accuracy and dynamism of iron swings will be markedly improved.    

The Wood game

Poor contact can be attributed to golfers not being able to hit the golf ball especially the driver.

A drill to improve the above is this:

Stick a tee into the ground protruding circa 2.5-3.5cm out. One should be able to hit the tee time and again without touching the ground. If the former is unsuccessful , continue the drill without using a ball until one can consistently strike the tee without brushing the ground. The longer the golf club the higher the precision needed.

Good contact equates to quality feedback on shots. The next step would then be mastery of directional  control.   

The Short Game
One big secret to the short games is the chip and go. Its is indisputably the go-to shot for newbies who haven't yet learnt how to putt.
The majority of short game shots from the edge of the green are engaged via a chip and run method. The rest comprise of putts from green perimeters, bunker and pitches.

The trick is to get the golf ball’s trajectory on the ground predictable and controllable as soon as practically possible. This doesn't mean that the aforementioned has to shadow the ground so much so that it becomes an impossible shot to manipulate. It implies that the golf ball should be as close to the grass as possible. A loft wedge could also be used and in this case the shot is re-labelled “pitch and run”.

That said, there is a fine line between the last point and an actual pitch shot. The beginner golfer shouldn't be attempting this before solid technique is inculcated.


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Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast
Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast
Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast
Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast
Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast

Golf Tips – The Simplest Suite Of Advice For The Golf Enthusiast

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