Have you ever thought about what you can do to improve your golf scores? Have you ever thought about the placement of your hands on your golf club or what your knees and hips were doing? If not maybe it’s time to ponder about that, and use these golf tips to improve your game.
- One problem that many golfers seem to suffer with is that they allow their left knee to collapse toward the right on their golf swing. To fix this you need to imagine that your left knee is going towards your target. If this doesn’t work try to imagine that you have a basketball between your knees. If you continue to allow your knee to collapse your shoulders will consistently drop. Which will cause you to overturn your hips.
- Another common mistake is that beginners to golf often times rush through their swing. Try a slight pause at the end of your backswing. This will help you keep up a better rhythm with your swing, and allow you to strike the ball with more consistency.
- Often time’s beginners will allow themselves to only hit the ball with their arms and wrist. Sometimes you will make a good connection with the ball. However this will lead to inconsistency. Remember that you need to use your whole body including your trunk, and your legs to really strike the ball with power.
Follow these few easy steps and you will begin to improve your golf game. Golf is physical and mental and to be good you must train both aspects of yourself.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I have a real passion for the game of golf and currently I am a golf coach and live and work in Sheffield in the UK.
Originally from Ireland I am now settled in England with my wife Mary and two children John James, aged 9 and my youngest Lisa, aged 3.
Having survived a car crash in 1993 causing permanent damage to my left knee this unfortunately took away my chance of becoming a professional golfer so I am now doing the next best thing in teaching others to play the game.
By: Kelvin Walker