The majority of swing tips that float around the golf world revolve around some details in the downswing or maybe the players grip. Very rarely does anyone discuss the backswing. The takeaway or backswing is just as important as any other aspect of the swing because it will determine the outcome of the entire swing.
As a high handicap golfer, it can be incredibly difficult to pass that first big milestone of breaking 100 for 18 holes. Without proper guidance, improving your skills in the game of golf is a slow and draining process. Understanding and practicing a few key concepts will allow you to bypass this frustrating learning curve and will have you scoring better than ever.
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What's your handicap or your average score? 108 Is my average score. Never determined my actual handicap.
What is your BEST score ever? 101 What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?: Breaking 100. I am fully capable because I will par 3 or 4 holes out of 18, but I just blow up on 3 or 4 holes and ruin my score.
How often do you practice? Practice could occur a lot more. I’ve been slack lately.
Working hard on getting under that 100 mark by eliminating the bigger blow up holes. Making practice more purposeful.
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Hinging your wrists is an important move in the golf swing because it will be a large
source of your power. This hinge must occur naturally and it must start before your hands and
the club reach waist level in order to keep you on a solid swing plane.
In order to make this move properly, it’s important to understand how to use your
takeaway to hinge naturally. All too often, golfers will force the hinge and make a mess out of
their swing before they have brought the club all the way back.
What's your handicap (your average score)?: 104 average score
What is your BEST score ever?: 92
What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?: Not enough time to practice
How often do you practice?: When I am playing.
I'd like to consistently be in the low 90s with the occasional score in the 80s. Also, just to get out and play more.
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In order to hit accurate golf shots on a consistent basis, you need to utilize your body’s rotation. An effective rotation will encourage you to keep the clubface square and controlled. If you don’t have a square clubface at impact, you will end up with errant and inconsistent shots.
Another benefit of rotating properly is the increased distance in your shots. By using the correct rotation in your golf swing, you will be generating more power which will increase the amount of distance you are capable of hitting any of your clubs.
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What's your handicap (your average score)?: 7.6
What is your BEST score ever?: 70
What is frustrating you the most about golf right now?:
Trying to start the ball right of target w my driver. I can't seem to get it starts far enough right.
Not getting height on my green side bunker shots.
How often do you practice?: Twice a month
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