Impact With Your Golf Shots
This brings pressure and pressure creates tension. Tension manifests itself in our muscles. Tight muscles means that the club is restricted and not doing what it is designed to do which is rotate around the hosel through impact. If you are gripping the club so tightly and have tension in your arms there is no way you can get the club to go through the ball as it should in order to play a draw. Take the tension out of your hands first and the tension in the rest of your body should follow.
The third key to getting a good impact position is to be in line with the ball as you are hitting it. Often times, golfers can make the mistake of either hanging back too much on their back foot or they get too far ahead of the golf ball before contact. Generally, hanging back on the right leg too much can cause a player to hit behind the golf ball too much causing fat golf shots. Thin golf shots will occur if the golfer gets too far ahead of the golf ball at impact. The torso or upper body needs to be in line with the ball at impact to produce a solid, consistent hit with the golf club on the golf ball.