We’ve all experienced it – one swing good shot followed by disaster and the swing felt the same. That’s because there is something small in the golf swing that can dramatically affect the outcome – and this article will reveal it.
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As I’ve alluded to In many different articles before, the difference between a great shot and an awful shot can often be minuscule.
When I ask golfers “what creates a good golf shot”, I am always met by either perplexed faces, or a string of cliches and myths. However, this short article will show you EXACTLY what creates a good golf shot.
Ever wonder how the pros can hit the ball so far with seemingly little effort? Ever wonder why it feels like you are swinging the club as quick as your playing partners, but your ball doesn’t have the same ‘pop’ to it? It could be your smash factor.
Still, to this day, even with all the information out there, golfers don’t understand the basics of why their ball slices or hooks. I can’t have that – not for my followers. So, this article will explore this very topic.
The vast majority of professional golfers have a very distinct movement of the hips/pelvis – one which helps them create power and consistency of strike and accuracy. There is only one rule, “less moving parts” equals more consistency.