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Postby bears123 » Thu Apr 04, 2019 5:12 am

See, one of the common golfing mistakes is that tendency to swing hard. A wild swing shows power, but power isn't what wins the game. It's accuracy and control.

You want to swing easily and freely at the ball. If you bring your feet together you will reduce your ability to swing hard. If you brace yourself Tremaine Edmunds Youth Jersey , you're probably going to use too much effort. Just relax and swing easily.

You also want to keep your center of gravity the same. Do this by keeping both of your feet on the ground in approximately the same position as when you start. Keep your head still and your center of gravity won't change.

A sudden effort made with one of your legs or both will cause your head to move. Then you can't see the ball clearly and you change the position of the pivotal center with relation to the ball. Keep both feet planted on the ground so your weight is supported on the flat of your feet when you connect with ball.

When you hit the ball properly everything is so smooth. You're conscious of very little effort.

Now, don't brace yourself for the effort of hitting the ball. Don't be stiff. The slightest tendency to stiffen your muscles will destroy your balance. You want to make your club head go along a straight line while in contact with the ball.

Try to see how low you can send the ball and how clear on the center of the club you can connect with it. This will help to correct slicing. A ball that goes too high is at the mercy of the wind and can kick off to the right or left on rough ground.

When you hit the ball, remember - you only want to use the power you're able to control. You're not going to be bothered by a lack of power but by a lack of accuracy. You want perfect control at every instant during your swing. So there shouldn't be a violent effort keep your head still and make sure your club head is going straight when you meet the ball.
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