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Stance And Swing Seven Methods For Better Golf Power

By Joyce Brown

Golf is a sport that will require you to correct and change things with nearly every shot in search of the perfect shot.

A lot of things come into the perfect shot that for one person to master them all can take a lifetime so we all have to take and find advice where we can, reading can never take the place of playing a round or two but when you are unable to get to the course then learning is the next best thing, here are a couple tips that I hope will improve your power and accuracy which in tern is going to improve your game.

1. If you’re looking at a golfer who is swaying on his downswing them you are really looking at an average golfer, Your hips need to move in a slightly lateral movement and start the club down, the right arm should be tighter into the body, all this should remove the swaying on your downswing and improve your power.

2. Stop flipping your hands it is an annoying and bad habit that you will need to stop if you are going to take full advantage of the stored energy, keep your hands cocked you will get a nice bit of lag.

3. One problem that golf players slip into are having their hands too high at the finish, this undoes a lot of good work from your good stance, robs you of power and produces a weak finish. You have to allow your body to come through naturally have your hips rotated over your left leg and allow your right heal to come off the ground.

4. If you understand how your shoulders turn then it can get you thinking about it when you take your shot and the proper shoulder turn could improve power and accuracy in your golf game. If you’re thinking that it’s the length of your back swing that gives you the power you’re wrong, you’re after a stretch in your backswing, as this will create a coil effect. The power then comes on the downswing once you release that entire muscle coil that you’ve created.

5. If your chin is going to rest on your chest when you are addressing the ball you are never going to be able to swing your left arm across your body during the backswing. If the natural path is blocked then you must find another way around to complete the swing and this will cause you to make other mistakes like little or no weight shift to your right hand side this in turn causes a narrow backswing. You’ll then chop through the ball instead of sweeping through it, do just one simple mistake can cause all those problems, and at least it’s a simple one to cure.

6. Impact indicator this is a great product that you spray onto your golf club head that lets you see where the ball and club are meeting, then you can adjust your stance and swing until you are constantly able to find the sweet spot.

7. Are you too heavy handed, pushing your tee too far into the ground will cause the ball to sit too low and this suggests that you then tend to hit the ball too high. The good news is that this is a fairly easy problem to solve and the improvement to your game is immediate. Raise the tee the so that half the golf ball is over the top of the driver head.

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