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Proven Methods For Improving Your Golf Swing

Author : Andre Contado

If you enjoy the game of golf, then you are probably always on the lookout for ways to improve your golf swing. After all-even the most seasoned players practice the game and try to find ways to improve their scores and to get their swings as perfect as possible. The amount of material and information available to get that golf swing into the sweet zone is impressive and staggering, to say the least. You hopefully already have realized that there is a great deal more involved than hitting the ball with as much power as possible. All golfers need to work on accuracy, as we imagine you've painfully realized, and so that is yet one more area to work on. So, weekend warrior of the green - here are three excellent (we think) golf swing tips you can steal and use.

One pretty effective tip is to rotate through the ball with yout hands. It is an inherent feeling to need to flip the wrist but this is a bad idea right at contact. It is important that you begin at contact with your wrist watch toward the ground so that during follow through your writs remains straight forward. This reduces your slice and helps your ball stay on target. Your ball will travel farther with this extra strength at the point of contact.

At first, many think they are swinging at the ball. In fact, you want to swing through the ball. Your follow through are an equally important part of your swing as the back swing and down swing. Practice your backswing using this method.

After setting out two tees, put your ball on the first one. There should be about eight inches between the two tees. In one swing, practice hitting the ball and the second tee. The goal is to hit both in one swing.

Learn to use the muscles in your legs and the trunk of your body to power your swing. The power of your swing does not come from the muscles in your arms. The thought that arms are responsible for power in a swing is understandable, but is is wholly incorrect. Truthfully, attempting to gain power with only the use of your arms and wrists can be a terribly bad idea because you can produce an injury. You want to draw upon the strength in the rest of your body. This helps you maintain your stance. It protects your arms and wrists. If you keep at it, then you can have the kind of power and accuracy that will improve your game.

You can improve your balance and body posture as well as your golf swing with the tips here. These stances and postures ensure that you have the maximum effect on the ball when your club makes contact. This helps improve your accuracy and gets your ball going as far as you wish for it to. You may have heard many people complain about improving their golf swing being too difficult. Like most things, however, all it takes is some practice. Keep dilligently practicing and working hard and you will soon see the fruits of your labor.

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