Are you a golf beginner? Learn the basics of proper alignment and follow this new series on golf fundamentals.
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Are you a golf beginner? Learn the basics of a proper stance and follow this new series on golf fundamentals.
Are you a golf beginner? Learn the basics of a proper posture and follow this new series on golf fundamentals.
In the first part of this How To Stop Topping The Golf Ball series, we looked at common fault #1 – lifting during your back swing. Let’s look at the second common fault that can lead to tops and thins – bending your arms through impact.
A very common swing fault is when players struggle to keep their posture in the back swing. Or they lose their posture in the back swing. Often you’ll see the left hip working forward, the left shoulder getting high...
It might seem simple, “keep your arms connected to your body”, but it is very important to know how, and I believe there are many players trying to do this with the wrong concept.
Here’s one of the most common faults I see in putting. Players of all levels think that they must TILT their shoulders rather than TURN their shoulders. Even if you think this is not your fault, try these exercises.
When watching top players, we often marvel at the way they hit a driver or play iron, but what makes them "the top" is how they waste no shots playing the short game. These shots make the real difference, although it might not seem as exciting.
Egg Fried lie normally have a disaster, either not getting out of the bunker or hitting over the other side of the green. In this article, I am going to show you that actually, if you know how to play the shot correctly.
Bunker play is not simple. There can be no standard bunker technique, because each shot you will face can be of a different length, different height, and with different sand conditions. Learn few simple tips to improve your bunker golf game.