HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT MAKES A TOUR PRO DIFFERENT FROM A GREAT GOLFER? These tips give an insight into what this tour pro is thinking when he decides to take his shot! Daniel Gavins who has finished top 8 on the european tour before helps us learn how to use some top techniques to help our golf game and lower our golf handicap! Were filming at chorlton golf club!
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Golf Swing Tips
How to Swing a Golf Club
– Perfect Golf Swing –
This section was designed to give golfers illustrated swing tips on how to swing a golf club, to present the textbook version of “the perfect golf swing”, essentially. It also provides information on how golfers can deviate from that perfect golf swing and instead veer towards golf swing errors. The information is broken down into the components that make up a golf swing and comparative illustrations are used in order to quickly highlight key differences. Use these illustrated guides for quick but detailed help on how to improve your golf swing and its many components.
Takeaway Swing Tips
Backswing (behind view)Backswing (front view)
The backswing portion of the golf swing begins just as the takeaway ends. It will end itself when the top of the swing is reached. While getting there, several aspects need careful attention.
The left arm should remain straight and the left heel should remain on the ground unless flexibility demands otherwise. The right knee should retain its flex and the left knee should point towards the ball. Hips rotate but they do so without sliding back. While the head stays in the box, the weight still flows towards the right foot. This whole process should proceed at a pace that is slower than that of the downswing in order to protect a solid strike at the ball.
Top of the Swing Tips
Top of the Swing (behind view)Top of the swing (front view)
The top of the golf swing corresponds to the halfway point between the address position and the moment of impact. It represents the position when your hands are highest and the transition point between the backswing and the downswing.
The left wrist should be flat at the top and your spine angle should still resemble the one set at address. The shaft of the club should point towards the target and it should be just shy of parallel to the ground. Your back should face the target and your wrists should be fully hinged.