There are millions of us who enjoy and obsess over golf, and many who constantly search for means of improving play. This article can help you.
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When just starting out, it’s important to learn how to properly grip the club. Quite a few people correlate a hard grip with being able to hit a ball further. The best grip is actually soft, yet firm. Hold the club like you would when holding an egg.
An easy exercise, a “toe-wiggling” exercise, can show golf stance faults. If it’s hard to wiggle the toes at the beginning of the swing, the golfer is leaning in to the ball too far. A golfer should lean back to the point where their feet gives them proper posture.
Test your posture when preparing to swing by wiggling your toes. If you have no trouble moving your feet, then you need to reduce the angle at which you are leaning relative to the ball. You want to lean but not excessively; you want to do it just enough to get a good stroke going.
Give every shot 100% of your attention. Don’t be distracted by your last bad shot or a water hazard on the next hole. If you dwell on mistakes, it will hut your swing, just put them behind you.
Put your left hand before the ball while putting. Attempt to maintain the position for the duration of your swing. This will help you maintain the appropriate grip on the club during your stroke, and will make it less likely that the ball will dart off of the face of the club during contact.
If you need to make a long putt, focus mostly on the speed that you hit the ball with. Choose an intermediate target rather than the hole. You will set up a short putt for yourself and not run the risk of hitting the ball too far or not far enough.
You can use some of the tips you just read to improve whatever aspects of your game you’re most interested in. Just put the knowledge you’ve gained to work and you’ll be beating your partners in no time!