The Golf Swinger Doctor

Expert Advice For Maximizing Your Golf Game

Expert Advice For Maximizing Your Golf Game

TIP! This will help you figure out the stance that works best for you. Finding a good stance is essential, but several variables, including body type, height, and gender can affect which stance is best.

If you want to try a new sport, give golf a shot. You can enjoy fresh air, friendly competition, and a relaxing sport when it comes to golf. Additionally, consider that golf is a workout for the mind, as much as your body, in determining your performance. To get started, simply follow these tips and you may find that golf is one of your favorite sports.

TIP! When you are golfing, consider ditching the golf cart and walking. This gives you a bit of exercise where you can enjoy the sun and fresh air, improving your fitness while you have a bit of fun! Walking can help keep your muscles warm and loose.

Walk and don’t rent a golf cart. This will give you more exercise on the course and that is a great way to be in better shape. It can be very beneficial to your health. It also helps you keep your large muscle groups warm and ready for your next shot.

TIP! Golf is a sport that utilizes your entire body while you play. You don’t just use your arms, you have to channel energy from your whole body for a source of true power.

Correctly grip the club when you first learn to play golf is vital. Most commonly, people try to grip the club hard in hopes of hitting the ball further. Try gripping soft, yet firm. Hold the golf club as though you were cradling a small bird.

TIP! You can improve your swing by using your entire body. A lot of beginners think their arms should carry the swing and end up with a weak swing by employing this misconception.

Put your whole body behind your golf swing. Amateurs often think that power comes from the arms alone. The reality is that if you rely solely on your arms, your swing will be weak and awkward. Moving the whole body with the club motion is much more effective.

TIP! When you get ready to swing, check your posture by wiggling your toes. If you can move your feet very easily, then you have not aligned your body properly enough to take your shot.

When you get ready to swing, check your posture by wiggling your toes. If you can wiggle your toes easily, you are probably leaning too far away from your ball. Lean toward the ball, moving your feel a little. If you move your feet too far, it does not work the way it should.

TIP! Above all, remember not to take your golf game too seriously. Mistakes do happen out on the course and you won’t hit a perfect shot every time, the key is to always keep smiling, which will help you relax.

Put your left hand before the ball while putting. Swing your club while retaining this position during your stroke. This will stop the ball from leaping off your club when you hit it and keep your club in proper position.

TIP! When you finish one shot, turn your total attention to the next one. You should not be distracted by the previous shot or anything else going on around you.

When preparing for a long putt, it is important to focus on the speed of your swing and the velocity of the ball itself. Try to aim for a middle target instead of going straight for the hole. You will be more likely to get a second short putt if you control the length of your first one.

TIP! Because of this, go through some stretches before you tee off, and also stay well hydrated. Properly warming up and maintaining your body will have an equally positive impact on your game.

As stated above, golf is a great sport to get both physical and mental exercise while hanging out with friends outdoors. So, if you are looking forward to taking up an engaging new sport, look no further. These easy tips will help you start playing golf and be on your way to a happier, healthier you.

This post may contain affiliate links.

9 Apr 2015 swingguy Golf Swing No Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

e-books to improve your total game:

View More...

Don’t just take our word for it!

"I am now hitting more fairways than ever before. I only slice maybe twice a round now and this is only when I fall back into old habits. Also I have gained about 15-20 yards which gives me shorter second shots.

I used to hit maybe 3 fairways in an 18 hole round but now I miss only 2 in a round and sometimes none.

This system was easy to read and follow instructions. The drills were simple and anybody ought to be able to read and understand the directions.

I must say it's a lot more fun to play from the fairways than always from the rough on the right side."

J D Price
Louisina, USA

"My fairway woods are now much more consistent in distance and much straighter, both off the tee and from the fairway. Also my mid iron shots are more consistent than in the past.

This system helped me to learn to put all the pieces together to know what a good swing should feel like. Whereas in the past someone might give me a good piece of advice, but I never had it in the context of a whole solid swing. And now I'm finally gaining confidence with my swing.

The instructions were easy to follow. The pictures added a lot of clarity to what you were looking to emulate. The "Draw" System gives you a step by step approach to building a good, solid, repeatable golf swing. All the drills are geared towards that singular goal of producing a swing that will produce a draw.

I've seen a lot of the drills used in The "Draw" System, but this is the first time where I've seen all the drills tied together in order to produce the "whole" good swing. And I'm finally learning what a good swing should feel like, (after years of unsuccessful guessing), and can try to recreate that sensation on the course.

I enjoy playing golf more now because I can actually start aiming at where I want to hit the ball. And I'm having a lot more fun actually hitting a lot more often from the fairway!

A very good, useful book! Thanks for compiling all the information and drills to help me understand and incorporate the swing mechanics in order to produce a draw."

Curt Geisinger
Michigan, USA