The Secret To Golf Swing Consistency


The Secret To Golf Swing Consistency

Andrew Wilson

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Golf swing consistency is the goal of every golfer. You know you can hit that one in a million shot that you talk about at the 19th hole…but how about making that shot happen more often?Tip: It’s important to simply find a set that complements your game. Remember, individuals back then were using wooden clubs.The are many aspects to golf swing consistency that can make it seem overwhelming and unachievable…but there is one aspect that every golfer should consider, that will have a dramatic impact on golf swing consistency.Tip: Shots that push out to the right are often the result of your body sliding to the left during your swing. Try concentrating on releasing your hands to the ball faster during your downswing.We know golfers hit hundreds of balls every week. They take lessons with some success, but not 100% satisfaction. It’s fun buying new clubs, but did they really make a difference? Did you lower your score by 4-6 strokes? Tip: Know the ideal use of every club before you start playing. Knowing whether you should select a wood, iron, wedge, or other club can help ensure that your ball always ends up where it should be when you are on the course.When trying to achieve a higher level of golf swing consistency, the mechanical component comes in to play. But digging a little deeper will get you to the ‘real’ answer to your lack of golf swing consistency.Tip: Stand a few feet behind the ball and locate where you’re going to send it prior to addressing it. This is the time when you should also assess wind speed and direction.If it’s not hitting more balls…or taking more lessons…or buying more equipment what could it be? What’s left to work on? Am I getting warm yet? Are you following where I’m going with this? We’ve just eliminated what seems like everything haven’t we?Tip: It is best to grip your club with moderate intensity. If you hold the club too tightly, your golf shots are g… Read more

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