GOLF: The One Thing All Good Ball StrIkers Do In Their Golf Swing

The One Thing All Good Ball Strikers Do In Their Golf Swing

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Over 90% of golf shots that are hit end up short of the target. Most amateur golfers miss short and to the right because they have a club face that is too open and/or has too much dynamic loft.
The one thing good players do in their swing is they have less dynamic loft and they have a club face that is not open. They do that in their swing by having a lot of lead arm or left arm supination.

Almost all good players that I’ve worked with, especially younger players and juniors as they grow up, have struggled with hitting a hook. I think training yourself to hit a hook and over hook in the beginning is going to be a good idea. You need to learn to get the club face closed to the path and learn to get the club working too far inside out. I don’t care if you have a little early extension or your foot work doesn’t work perfect or your wrist conditions aren’t perfect. You need to create a ball pattern and get the face close to the path consistently.

All good golfers close the face and they lower the dynamic loft. If you do the arm rotation and start to add a little body rotation, it starts to look perfect.

You need arm rotation no matter what you do. Where the club face is at last parallel is going to dictate your release pattern and how much turning it down and left wrist flexion you do or don’t need. Almost all good players have fought a hook, so if you’re afraid of hitting a hook, you’re afraid of getting good. Learn how to hit the ball solid, low and left first and add rotation later.

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