Top 6 Golf Tips for the Beginning Player
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Start Your Down Swing With Your Hips
Nearly every down swing fault is due to starting it with the upper body rather than ‘bumping the hips’. Imagine skimming a stone or throwing a baseball and how the lower body starts the movement with the upper body following.
Make Friends With Your Grip
Practice holding the club in the correct position even when you are not playing golf. Take a club into the house and every time you walk past it hold it for 30 seconds and soon your hands will grip to the club correctly.
Develop Perfect Posture
Focus on great posture by tilting at your hips and not at your waist.
Create a Solid Stance
Create a stance which is wide, solid, stable and balanced. Build your golf swing from the ground up.
Make Range Sessions Count
Learn your trade on the driving range before you head for the course. Each range session should include 50 balls and should last at least 30 minutes with two practice swings for every ball. Practice with purpose.
Use Plenty Of Loft
Practicing with a short, lofted club encourages better posture and cleaner ball striking. Everybody gains confidence in seeing a nice high ball flight. Too little loft encourages new golfers too use a destructive scooping action to get the ball upwards.