Saturday, May 22, 2010

A Back Swing Tip From A Casual Golfer

I am sure that majority of my golf readers have a high handicap score or struggle with the golf swing motion.   I am writing about the back swing action who most of us overlook the importance. The back swing rules are simple as follows:
  1. Always keep the face of the golf club square to the swing path. The correct swing path is a slight arc to the inside of your body stand.
  2. Must be sure that the shaft is parallel to you feet base, at 3 o'clock position, as you visualize the clock face with the two arms. You must have the club shaft in parallel position to the feet line.
  3. The 3 o'clock horizontal club position is highly recommended for your back swing, so you are not far inside nor outside your feet base.
  4. Take your back swing practice and stop at 3 o'clock position until you're comfortable with your back swing dynamics. After multiple training sessions you get the feel for it...
Good luck and happy golfing...

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Have Golf Proper Equipment Before Taking Lessons

Blaming your golf moves, shots and golf swings in place of your golf mishits and mishaps?

Have you ever consider the following golfing tips that have to do with your equipment's quality?
If you intend to pick used golf clubs in the role of beginner's tools, scrutinizing ahead of purchasing is a necessity. Go to a nearby pro-shop store and ask for help.

Another golfing advice is that using bad fitted clubs will remain an hindrance to your golf swings achievement. A golfer should consider his or her body type into choosing the best-fitting equipment to support and carry out the back swings efficiently. Too steep angles within moving out back swings could be avoided if individual selects the exact fitting equipment on hand.

Custom golf club fitting makes a better option than buying new fancy golf clubs. Is recommended a custom fitting golf clubs to each individual physical characteristics, specifically suit the height, weight, strength, golf swings and club head speed of the golfer.

The type of club selection helps into predicting a successful outcome, whether you'll play fine in a game of golf or else you won't.

There's a pick concerning a steel club shaft and a graphite-made club shaft. Observations judge that the steel club shafts are further preferred by specialized golfers while graphite shafts grow to be further widely held with women, senior players and beginners.

So, when you bear the appropriate equipment? It's point in time to prevail on qualified golfing tips from a golf pro or golfing schools. Golfing instruction from a expert is an excellent way to learn and apply the lesson tips.  

After all you should become on your way to making great golf swings merely like the professionals execute. Good luck playing.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

How often should you replace your golf glove?

I have a question for all golf lovers. How often should you replace your golf glove?  I was taught that you should replace it every 6 practices and every 6 rounds of golf. What do you think?

Below you'll find some responses:

"Whenever you feel like changing it. Everyone is different, has a different swing and put different strain on the glove. You can't put numbers on it.... Plus it depends on the glove quality. I had gloves than I had to replace within on and a half months, but I've also had glove that lasted for over six months " (Steven Pauwels).

 "When it has holes in it. Same rule as my jeans"(A.J.Ali)

 "They probably told you that in the pro shop. I replace mine when it gets a hole in it." (Paul Schene)

 "I replace mine when the wear in the palm starts to show. Usually means you are gripping the club wrong" (Victor Vasquez) 

What do you think?