Top shots in golf are often caused by lifting your chest or by bending the arms. But if you feel that neither of those faults appear in your swing and you’re still topping the ball on a regular basis, this drill will definitely help.
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A very common fault with players of all levels is that they tilt during their swing rather than rotate. Tilting will have an effect on swing plane, the correct transition (downswing start), striking the ball solid, as well as a possible cause for ...
It might seem simple, “keep your arms connected to your body”, but it is very important to know how, and I believe there are many players trying to do this with the wrong concept.
Something that is often not understood is that your body should bend sidewards during the swing. It will bend sidewards to the left in the backswing, and sidewards to the right in the downswing.
A common fault is that players try and overly control the club head throughout the swing. When players have this fault, they will have a lot of tension in their hands, forearms and shoulders in address. Try "3 Finger Drill" to fix this fault.
Following that series will give you the corrections you need to hit consistently straight shots with every club in the bag. There’s one last recommendation I’d like to offer…
Here’s one of the most common faults I see in putting. Players of all levels think that they must TILT their shoulders rather than TURN their shoulders. Even if you think this is not your fault, try these exercises.
Simple drill that will help you with your putting confidence and technique. Video summary link in the article.
There are 4 sloping lies you will need to learn about. You will need to know what shape of shot each lie creates, the technique of how to play the shot, and how to select the correct club. Everything you will find in this article
One of the best shots to watch a Professional play is the wedge shot from between 40m – 70m. The ball has quite a low flight, hits the green, bounces once or twice and stops dead. I’m sure you have thought, how do they do that?