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In our quest for golf perfection, we often find ourselves dissecting the golf swing into its countless components and positions. However, there's a crucial aspect of the swing that even experienced players sometimes forget - the golf swing is an interconnected, seamless chain of movements. The positions in the swing are a reaction to motion not the drivers of the motion.
When you slice your clubface is open at impact. To fix this, you need to begin with the basics of gripping the club and good wrist action. Golfers will often overlook these fundamentals for swinging the golf club. This is the one of the first things good players learn.
As we move further into the fall season, this is an important time to keep your golf skills sharp during the off season to ensure a successful return to the course next spring. Here are a few tips to help you keep your swing going during the off-season:
We all want to get better at golf, right? Regular golf drills help improve mobility by enhancing flexibility, strength, and range of motion in relevant muscle groups. This translates into a more fluid and powerful swing, enabling you to achieve better accuracy and distance on your shots and prevent injuries.
Incorporating a regular cumulative mobility routine into your training a few minutes each day will go a long way to better golf. You'll experience enhanced flexibility, reduced risk of injury, reduced aches and pains, not mention improve your swing without hours on the range!
Did you know that over 50% of your strokes come from 100 yards in? That’s why it’s so important to master chipping and pitching fundamentals. These skills are the backbone of a strong short game but did you know they also significantly impact your full swing technique?
The biggest physical challenge faced by golfers entering their 40s and 50s has to do with the posture they’ve developed over their lifetime. The way to correct postural issues is to address compressed fascia and restrictions, which is the root cause.
If you have pain and mobility restrictions in your feet, ankles, knees or hips, this drill will help you improve your footwork to get your body moving in the correct sequence of motion to generate speed, consistency and power.
The golf swing is a naturally flowing dynamic sequence of movement, your impact position and resulting ball flight are a reaction to this movement…they are not the movement itself! If you want to change your ball flight you need to change how you react and move!
There are many reasons for this type of pain when we golf…but in many cases the main cause is a lifetime of poor posture, improper breathing and sedentary lifestyle. Yes, that’s right! It comes down to 3 simple things…posture, breathing and inactivity.