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Learn to golf the right way

Jul 29, 2008
For some golf trainers, the very 1st lesson they will teach their students is how to grip the golf club correctly. Why? Because if you don't grip the golf club correctly, it could cause you to slice the golfball almost everytime.

The best time to practice is after a round. All the shots that ended up in the wrong spot for you during the round is fresh in your mind,and your body and mind are still in game mode.Consistently working on the shots that gave you trouble on the course,will help greatly.

The key to practice is creating actual circumstances.Ideally,you should duplicate that situation and try to execute your best swings.Working on hitting shots from bad lies is crucial.

You can improve your putting even in your living room or at the office. You need a putter, a little space and you can get putting aids that you can attach to the head of the putter. The putting aids can help you center the stroke until you are comfortable enough with hitting the ball with the center of the putter.

This really does make a difference, it may not seem like it would, but it has been proven to help golf swings. You can buy handles and re-grip your clubs if you want to go that route, that way you don't spend a fortune on new clubs, just fix your old ones to fit your hand size, check out a pro golf shop and ask them about getting your grip measured and about getting grips to fit you.

More than one golfer suffering from a horrible slice has improved his golf swing just by learning how to grip his golf clubs correctly. One more thing you should think about - buy some old style blade irons and practice with them.

Remain honest with yourself and take notes when you play golf. Where do you always have problems? Get more practice in these problem spots. If you are not able to solve the problems yourself, then pay your local pro to help you.

One of the most important things to know when it comes to getting the best golf swing is timing and body spacing. Slow anticipation in your backswing, and then launch an accelerated swing forward! Remember your backswing is slow and steady; this is a major step to take.
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