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Impact With Your Golf Shots

发表日期:2011-07-20 摄影器材: 点击数: 投票数:

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.

Grip should be strong (not tight). A strong grip is one where you can see 2 or 3 knuckles on your left hand and your left thumb is slightly down the right of the shaft - not directly down. Your palms work together and not against each other.
 
Your back-swing should commence with your right shoulder keeping the connection between your arms and hands constant. Your left arm should remain 'long' (that is straight) to the top of the swing while your right arm bends and folds into your waist.
 
On the down-swing turn your hips, your arms will follow automatically. Keep your belt horizontal with the ground and straighten your right arm for a wide arc. As the right arm straightens the left hip should clear so that at impact the club has room to go through to the finish.
 
Having a square club face is another important part to having a good impact position in your golf swing. It is quite logical that the longer the club face can stay square at the bottom of the swing arc, the better your chances are of hitting the ball solidly. A square club face will also help you hit the golf ball straighter as well. A good golf swing path combined with a square club face is a powerful combination which will lead to great golf for a long time to come.
 
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.

作者:uhindsv46

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