The Golf Swinger Doctor

Lower Your Score And Play Like The Pros

Lower Your Score And Play Like The Pros

TIP! Walking, rather than renting a cart, is a really good idea when you golf. This will give you more exercise on the course and that is a great way to be in better shape.

Golf is a sport that is exciting, entertaining and rewarding. It is also good for your health! Golf is a surprisingly accessible sport, if you just give it a try. Here are a few tips that will help you set off on the right foot.

TIP! Check with golf pros prior to buying new clubs. Golf professionals have the knowledge and experience to help you choose clubs that suit you.

Your body itself can serve as a golf trainer. To really hit a golf ball far, you need to use your entire body instead of only your arms. Your body should be fully involved in moving the club. This saves you from swinging your arms too hard, as it allows you to send the ball further.

TIP! One of the first things you need to learn about golf is proper club grip. Beginners often grip the club too hard, thinking that they will hit the ball further that way.

Wiggling your toes while getting ready to swing will tell you if your posture is correct. If you can do this without difficulty, you are probably leaning too far back from the ball. You need to lean slightly into the ball in order for your feet to move just a bit. Make sure your feet do not move too far.

Sweet Spot

TIP! Use your entire body to put power into your swing. Although you swing the club with your arms, your legs and torso provide the most strength to your swing.

Every club contains a “sweet spot,” which is where the face will strike the ball with greatest accuracy. Get familiar with each club’s sweet spot. When you practice, experiment with each of your clubs to find this spot. Hit the ball with the sweet spot as you swing your club down.

TIP! A neutral grip will improve your game considerably. If you hold your golf club too tight, your shots will have a tendency to veer off to the right.

One of the first things you should learn in golf is how scores are kept. This is vital for the reason that your score is considered to be representative of your skill as a golfer. Every hit of the golf ball is counted as a stroke. The total amount of strokes it takes to place the ball in the cup determines the total score for that hole. You want to get as little strokes as you can.

TIP! Keep proper alignment with your feet. This is probably the most practical way to improve swing accuracy.

Hold your club with a neutral grip. Holding the club too tight can cause your ball to veer to the right. By the same token, an excessively loose grip will pull the ball leftwards. Use the way your shots go to figure out the right grip for yourself.

TIP! You may want to bring nuts or other high-protein food items with you when you play. Golf demands both physical and mental effort.

Align your feet with the ball to make effective shots. Doing this is perhaps the best way to improve your swing. Your feet should line up perpendicular to where the ball should travel. One common way to make sure your feet are in alignment with where you want to hit the ball is to lay your club in a way that it is touching the toes on both your feet.

TIP! When lining up on the tee, make sure that the ball is aligned with the heel of your forward foot. By contrast, when hitting from the fairway or the rough, the ball should be about midway between your two feet.

Learning golf is quite simple and you will benefit from it, both mentally and physically. Now that you’ve read the above tips, you shouldn’t have any problem playing your first round of golf, so why not do it today?

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