Practicing golf is important because it promotes muscle memory. We invest a lot of time and money into practice in hopes that the results show on the course and more importantly on our scorecard. One thing that is really important while practicing is making sure we are aligned to our target. There is nothing worse than hitting a great golf shot that misses the green to one side or the other. In many cases, this is not your mechanics, it is simply not aligning to your target correctly.
The fall season can be the most enjoyable time to play. The courses are typically in great shape, the weather is cooler and the leaves are turning colors. While this time of year can be cooler and certainly the winter months can be cold, here are a few tips for staying warm and enjoying golf year round;
Swing thoughts and Target
Balance is Key to a Good Golf Swing How many times do you find yourself falling off balance in your golf swing and the result is an errant golf shot? An important part to the golf swing is maintaining your balance throughout your golf swing. A balanced swing will enable you to create maximum club head speed and create more solid contact at impact.
The Gravity Drill Goal - to promote a swing using your core and not just hands and arms The Gravity Drill is designed to assist the golfer with achieving the proper swing plane throughout their golf swing. Most amateur golfers use an excessive amount of hands at the start of the golf swing, and this has a tendency to put the swing off plane creating a multitude of problems. The Gravity Drill works to teach rotation and use of the large muscle groups in the golf swing.