Create Your Results

I see too many golfers try to control the result by manipulating the way they swing the club. As many of you may or may not know, golf is played in preparation, not in execution.  If you take the time to learn the fundamentals of a shot, whether it be a chip, pitch or a […]

I see too many golfers try to control the result by manipulating the way they swing the club.

As many of you may or may not know, golf is played in preparation, not in execution.  If you take the time to learn the fundamentals of a shot, whether it be a chip, pitch or a full iron swing, then performing when conditions are less favorable, will be much easier.  Once you have learned to perform a motion that creates a standard result, when conditions change you will only have to prepare differently while performing the standard motion, creating a different result. Practice chipping, pitching and the full iron swing on flat favorable lies.  After you have learned how to move the clubhead in your “base” motion, you then only have to manipulate the clubhead with your, grip, stance and aim to “create” a different result.  Once your “base” stroke is honed, you are then only limited by your imagination in creating different and the desired results.

Good Golfing,

JB

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5 Responses to “Create Your Results”

  1. Jain says:

    The biggest plrboem I see is leaning way back at address and on the back swing. Doing that doesn’t allow you to transfer your weight forward enough before you strike the ball, resulting in a weak swing. During the golf swing, you should only be turning the upper torso, not leaning back. That way, your downswing will be more powerful and result in longer drives, Doing what your doing probably opens up the clubface causing the slice you mentioned. Hope this helps!!

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  3. Judith Leilich says:

    Practical experience – the perception that enables us to recognise in an undesirable old acquaintance the folly that any of us have already embraced.

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