I get far too many emails on this topic to ignore it – and it is one of the most common discussions I see amateurs chatting amongst themselves on the range. So, how far back should you swing the golf club? Let’s explore that topic...
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We’ve all experienced it – one swing good shot followed by disaster and the swing felt the same. That’s because there is something small in the golf swing that can dramatically affect the outcome – and this article will reveal it.
What causes a hook? Watch this video to discover what is precisely a cause of a hook.
In this article we’ll look at how to fade the golf ball in a way that offers more control and more workability…
This article is aimed at players whose fault is Early Releasing, sometimes described as Casting or Scooping. Scooping will result in the club shaft leaning away from the target at impact, adding loft to the club, creating a high weak ball flight that
Scooping is one of the most common swing faults with amateur golfers. The left wrist breaks down, increasing the loft, with the weight hanging back on the right foot. This will lead to heavy shots, thin shots and a loss of distance.
When I ask golfers “what creates a good golf shot”, I am always met by either perplexed faces, or a string of cliches and myths. However, this short article will show you EXACTLY what creates a good golf shot.
Every time I meet a new golfer, I’m greeted by the same old clichés. And some might be causing you more trouble than they are worth. So I’m going to do a job that every coach out there wants and needs:I’m going to kill a few clichés.
Did you know you can swing left and still hit a draw? This article will explain exactly why that is the case, and give you a deeper understanding of the swing arc.
What is vertical spin loft? Why should you care? Well, when you find out that this baby controls a lot of the distance you get, I am sure you will be interested. Improving your spin-loft can help you launch high bombs that pierce the wind.