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Tips for Golfing
By Mike Pedersen | Submitted On June 08, 2005
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Expert Author Mike Pedersen

We learn a lot from just watching and observing the pros and by doing so it is easy to pick up
valuable tips for golf that can help our own golf game.

And make no mistake about it, to pick the really valuable tips for golf from the professionals; you will
need to be very observant and keen. Many times you will need to watch and listen keenly, if you are
watching them on Television or arrive at the venue very early if you are watching the action live.

One of the things the pros never do is arrive late and find that their tee time has arrived and they
hurriedly have to take their positions.

Such a situation means that the golfer starts the game with stiff muscles and also having not gotten
a feel of the ball or the green before the start of the game.

Of all the tips for golf you will ever receive, this is the most critical because it helps you perform at
your best. Your skills gained from hours of practice and all the other tips for golf in the world, will be
of little use if you start a game without any sort of warm up.

Among the other important tips for golf you will get from professionals is that a golf stretching warm
up should involve first warming up your muscles and then stretching them, especially the golfspecific ones that you will strain during your golf swing.

Once the exercise part is done, you can then move on to the ball and hit 20 or 30 balls as you
continue loosen up slowly. Start with a short iron and progress up the longer clubs. Try and see if
you can get a feel for your swing.

Any amateur who tries out these tips for golf from the professionals will find that their game will
improve dramatically and they will avoid sore muscles the next morning after a hard game the
previous day.

Do you want to discover the secret to creating more power and consistency in your golf swing... AND
eliminating ALL your swing faults?

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By Adam Woodham
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Expert Author Adam Woodham

You wouldn't believe how many people are searching for tips on golf swing motions. No matter how
long some people try, they can never get a consistent swinging motion down. It's frustrating, yet it is
a fun challenge for most individuals. To find the ways that truly work, or at least get great opinions,
you will need to do something very simple while searching. The great information is out there, but
you need to know how to get to them.

There are so many thousands of tips for golf swing motions out there. Some are extremely awkward,
while some are to be left to the true professionals. There are tons of real life people on the web that
have found simple, effective ways to accomplish this, though. So, how do you find them? Here is
what I did and have recommended to so many other people I know. It's a quick way to find honest,
first hand information on anything related to improving your golf-game, including tips for golf swing
motions that work for others.

It starts (and ends) with the use of internet forums. Now, if you aren't familiar with many of the big
forums out there, you can simple go over to Google. From there, you will type in keyword related to
tips for golf swing motions and include the word "forums in there somewhere. You can bookmark a
bunch of them and come back later. There is a reason you want to use forums, which is why we are
talking about finding them.

The reason is because they tend to be filled with lots of subjects on golfing. It's a huge subject on the
web and forums are a fantastic way to find honest, first hand accounts from people who have
improved their game. They talk about how they did it and there are bound to be many subjects on
tips for golf swing motions. What better way is there for finding the ways that work than by reading
about the people who were in the same boat as you at some point?

There are truly great people in most golf related topics on forums and most will help you out in any
way they can.
You will find tricks, videos, techniques and just about anything on the ways that other people have
used to jump their game up another
notch. It's a simple solution, although not the only one, for finding good tips for golf swing motions
and any other info you need on improving your game.

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3 Fantastic Tips For Golf
By Rob Jeffries | Submitted On September 22, 2009
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If you have an Internet connection then you can find oodles of tips for golf. But which ones are
practical? Here's some useful advice that's applicable for golfers of all genders, ages, and levels.

1. "Feel" your swing when trapped in a bunker. You should first choke down on the golfing club, to
give you more control and help you to "feel" the swing. Close your stance a little. The ball should be
a couple of inches ahead of it. This will give you additional control and will increase the ball's flight.
Push your feet a little into the sand and keep your body completely motionless. Sway your arms and
keep the swaying vertical. Meanwhile, your left arm should remain parallel to the ground and
completely extended. Strike the region one inch behind the ball. Then use your arms and body to
follow through on the shot.

2. Repair a slice by keeping your left arm straight and torque it before contact. Here are some
additional tips for golf. When swinging the club, pretend that a flexible cord connects each elbow
with its matching hip. Throughout the downswing, never let your body move ahead of your arms and
hands. As though ringing a bell, pull down using both arms. In order to prevent your swing creating
an outside-in course of the ball, delay twisting your hips during the downswing.

3. Use the proper technique with fairway woods and metals. A fairway seven-irons and woods
should require the same swinging pace. Keep the club low during takeaway and low throughout the
contact. Strike the ball forward, rather than upwards. Use a slightly descending swing, and then
follow through but don't guide the ball.

Use Total Golf Stretching if you want to learn more tips for golf. It has all the tips that you would
need to learn when participating in the game of golf.


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