The Pure-Impact-Golf Swing Will Leave You With A Swing You Can Rely On
The Pure-Impact-Golf Swing Will Leave You With A Swing You Can Rely On And A Score Card To Be Proud Of. Guaranteed. Create and a good technique and blend that with the correct mental tools and you are going to shoot some seriously low scores. If you are a club golfer and have a handicap between scratch and 30, this letter is going to help you. Read on.
For The 15 Handicap golfer and above…Do you struggle with: Hooks or slices that can’t control? Shanks that terrify you when you least expect it? Wild shots that leave big numbers on your score card and your golf bag robbed of golf balls? Hitting fat shots that fall short of the green and sometimes into the water? Hitting thin shots that send birds and your playing partners diving for cover whilst destroying any chance of shooting a low score? For scratch to 30-hcp golfers, could you do the following things better? Control the club-face better so you can hit the ball straighter with less curve Tempo: Would you like to make a more relaxed consistent swing? Make a more on-plane swing so you can hit the ball more cleanly at the right trajectory.
Pick up some mental keys to leave you scoring low when the pressure is on. Get rid of fat and thin shots and be able to hit the ball cleanly from fairway bunkers when required. Be able to hit draws and fades at will. Be able to hit low wind resistant punch shots. Be able to hit 3/4 shots close when required Be able to play part pitch shots cleanly and aggressively. Why are you struggling to control the ball? Answer: Swing Technique and Mental Skills Lets start with “the swing technique checklist” for consistent, strong, pin-seeking shots…A square club-face at impact. Grip controls this. Correct plane and swing path. Inside or across the line of flight to the target. Correct angle of attack. How steep or flat you come into the ball. You get the above by mastering the fundamentals which are (I have added a couple that I think are Key): Grip Set-up and alignment Takeaway Proper hinging of the wrists (for correct plane, wrist angle and leverage)Balance Transition Downswing? Get the above points correct and then just hold on and enjoy the ride!