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It seems like child's play, but golf is one of the most difficult games to master. The speed of the club head making impact with the ball determines where the ball will go. Hitting a golf ball straight and true has nothing to do with swinging the club hard. Instead, it is balance, coordination and the ability to shift one's weight from back leg to front that gives a ball accuracy and distance.

 

It can be daunting when starting as there is so much to remember but take time to practice and go to the driving range to help improve teeing off. Looking around the golf course you will see some players and think "Will I ever get to that level"? Remember everybody is different and we are not all made to be professionals, you should go out to do your best and bring in the best possible score and most of all, take home the enjoyment of the day. Arm yourself to be a skilled golfer you should follow the following steps.

 

Of course there is much more to achieving your best golf swing than just those four aspects of the golf swing. Your swing needs to be strong but loose that the same time. You don't want to force anything. Don't loft the ball too high when it's windy or you'll ball won't travel as far, or it'll travel in the wrong direction! Swing smoothly and confidently, with just a short pause at the top of your swing to get yourself into a good rhythm. The significance of a good rhythm and stable balance to making your golf swing as well as it can be can't be overstated. Remember to use your whole body, not just your arms and wrists. You'll gain a good bit more power if you can get your whole body into your golf swing. The goal of golf is to get the ball into the whole using as few strokes as possible. Along with exercise, the key to achieving the best golf swing is to practice it regularly using correct form.

 

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This article was published on 2010/09/16