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Online Golf Tips - 3 Golf Swing Tips

Everyone is looking for the answer when it comes to the golf swing. Many players turn to online golf swing tips to help them improve their golf swing and find the “new magic.” As you are looking for internet golf lessons, it is important to understand if the information goes along with the theory that you are already trying to implement and is spoken in your language and by that we mean your learning style.
Below you will find three golf swing tips that will improve your swing and lower your scores:

1. Improve Your Balance 
We think that this is one of the most over looked parts of the golf swing especially by amateurs. As you fall out of balance while you swing, you will have to make corrections or manipulate the golf club in order to hit the golf ball let alone to hit the ball solid. 
A player should have proper balance at address, the top of the backswing as well as in the finish position. Keep in mind that balance comes in two forms. You have side-to-side balance as well as front-to-back balance. Most amateurs struggle with front-to-back balance which can also be referred to as heel-to-toe balance. Simply making yourself aware of your balance can improve your golf swing motion.
    2. Where Is The Top Of Your Backswing? 
    Everyone’s is different. There, I said it. If you are trying to swing a nine-iron you do not have to get it “parallel” to the ground before the backswing is completed. We are all built differently and have varying amounts of flexibility. 
    Many players actually fall out of balance trying to get the club parallel to the ground. Take a slow backswing. You will feel yourself loading your weight and then…BAM… you will know that you have been too far. When you are at “your” top of the swing, someone should be able to come a push on you and you will be stable enough not to really move.

    3. How Is Your Grip Pressure? 
    We are not just talking about when you are in your address position. How is your grip pressure while the golf club is traveling through impact? Most of you probably have no idea because you have a death grip on the club. 
    You should monitor how much tension is in your shoulders, forearms and hands as you transition the golf club from the top of the golf swing, down through impact and into the finish position. 
    A great golf swing tip for this is known as the gun drill or pistol drill. Simply take the thumb and your forefinger of the lower hand on your club and straighten them out to make them look like a pistol. Do not cheat and curl your index finger because the gun will then be pointing at you! 
    We work with many of our students on these three easy golf swing tips. We are sure that by implementing one or all of these golf instruction tips that you will lower your score and have more fun playing golf. Tell us which one worked best for you!

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