Golf Impact: How to Square the Clubface Consistently

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In this video I explain the correct golf impact and how to square the club face. This is one of the toughest things in golf for people to do although it is a very simple cure. The explanation of this is very easy for anyone to understand. I will also show you some golf impact drills that will give you instant feedback as to if you are doing it correctly. This is one of the most important lessons in golf and will definitely make you a better player.

Most people that play golf are always trying to square the clubface. This is so tough to do and not many players are hitting the ball square or hitting their shots off line. If you do not hit the ball square then your shots are never consistent. So if you want to play your best golf you need to learn how to get to the best golf impact position.

Most people try to make this a very complicated thing, with using tools such as the golf impact bags, while in fact it is quite simple. All you have to do at about 2 feet after contact with irons or 3 feet after contact with woods stretch both arms out as far as they can go. If you start with both arms fully extended and then return them to the same position just after impact you will return the clubface to a square position.

The best drill to do to feel this position is to hit shots and extended both arms after you hit the ball. This will produce the feeling of your arms stretching out. By getting your arms to stretch out this makes your golf sing also very consistent. Your arms are only so long so you will make the same arc on your swing every time.

Squaring the clubface will make the game more enjoyable. Hitting the ball straighter and longer will definitely improve your current game. Of all the students that I have taught, this helps them hit the ball straight. From now on you never have to think about golf impact but actually after contact to hit the ball well.

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