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How To Fix Common Golf
How To Fix Common Golf Problems
Here is what you can do to fix and improve your score facing
golf's most common trouble spots what you can do to improve
your golf score .
Correct Poor Putting.
Correct Slicing And Hooking.
Correct Poor Chip Shots.
Correct Poor Driving.
A Special Tip To Improve Your Distance and Stop Slicing
Correct Poor Putting
• Stand comfortably, with your feet closer than shoulder
• Grip the club lightly
• Stand with your eyes directly over the ball.
• Your eyes should be parallel to the direction of the putt.
• Control the putter with your dominant hand.
• Maintain the same speed on your backstroke as on your
Correct Slicing and Hooking
• The goal is to hold the club so that the shaft is
parallel to the target line when you're at the top
of your swing.
• If the club points to the left at the top of your
swing, the result is a slice.
• If the club points to the right, the result is a
Correct Poor Chip Shots
• Use a narrower stance than you do with short irons.
• Point both feet slightly toward the target.
• Position your hands so that they are slightly ahead of the ball
at the start of your swing.
• Swing through the ball and resist the urge to decelerate the
club before impact.
Correct Poor Driving
• Be sure to keep your grip vey relaxed and think "smooth"...long and slow
with completely intention.
• Start with 60% of your weight on the right foot.
• Keep your body very relaxed and a soft grip.
• During the swing, be thinking only on the follow-through with a finish right
down the target line.
• Pretend that you must be throwing a large ball down the fairway
underhanded with your dominant arm.
• Use the same tempo of swing as you would with a seven iron.
• Make it feel like you are tossing the driver perfectly straight down the
• And be sure your left hip never actually passes your left foot while swinging
Improve Your Distance and
Stop Slicing The Ball
• Use a weighted club.
• Most training aids work that well, but I believe that a good
weighted club can do wonders for your game.
• The benefit will be seen throughout your game.
• Even if you are someone who slices the ball, a golf club with a
little weight on it can prevent you from slicing the ball as it
almost forces you to swing correctly.
• It not necessary to pay for expensive golf equipment.
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