My first lesson was an eye opener. It helped me understand the golf swing in a way I never thought possible. Having a professional examine my swing is one of the best things I ever did to improve my game. They have a trained eye to find your mistakes and help you fix them.
Also, with the technology that's available today it makes it that much easier. You can watch your golf swing on video and be able to see what you're doing wrong or what you're doing right. You can have your swing speed checked to help you determine what type of shaft and what type of golf ball would work best for you. You can have custom clubs built for you based on your body type. There are so many ways to improve your game.
I guess you could call it my golf tip stash. I take tips that I've had success with over the years and save them for later on when my swing isn't working to well. I use to take a golf tip and apply it to my game, finding it to be a help. But after a while I would completely forget the tip that helped my swing in the first place.
The two plane swing is the more difficult technique in my opinion. It requires more precise timing on the backswing and the downswing. The club travels straight up as you rotate your upper body and your hips away from the target.
So what are some of the characteristics of a simple golf swing? It's certain techniques that anyone at any level can learn and apply and that are easily repeatable. So here are just a couple of golfing tips on how to master a simple golf swing.
Then you have those who swing the club on a flatter plane, more around their body. This would be known as a one plane swing. Both of these swings have pros and cons. Many professional golfers have had great success with the two plane and one plane swings. You can too.
Every golfer should approach the practice green with a definite plan of what type of putting session would be most beneficial for the up and coming round that you are about to play. As one might suspect, practicing the shorter distance putts should be a priority since those lengths of putts will occur most often on the course. The 3 to 4 foot putt should be practiced for at least half the time that you allocated for your practice putting prior to your tee time.