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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Beginners-Improving Your Golf Swing

Golfers work hard at trying to make improvements to their golf swings. Golf swing improvement usually means a lower golf score. To arrive at a better level in golf you will need to practice. If you want to learn to have a better golf swing and if you want to improve your golf score then follow these tips.

A good analogy for the golf swing is music. Balance, rhythm, and tempo are important in music as it is in golf . So it goes with the golf swing! The foundation of a song makes it good music. The same is true with the golf swing you must have a good foundation, namely your stance.

When you practice hitting balls vary the width of your stance to find the best stance that works for you. You can do this by taking a narrow stance or by widening your stance. The majority of golfers end up with their feet about shoulders width apart from each other. Once you have found the stance that works for you then you will want to practice it over and over so that it will feel extremely natural feel to you. The proper weight shift at various parts of the golf swing will be the next thing that you will need to give attention to . Simply shifting your weight from side to side is not necessarily having the proper weight shift. The best way to understand weight shift is to take some lessons from a PGA professional .


My next tip is about hitting the golf ball into the wind. A lot of golfers think that you need to hit it harder when there is a breeze in your face. This is a false assumption. Poor trajectory will be the result if you try hitting your ball with power . To have better control of your ball you will need to remember to swing easy. Following that advice will improve your results.

In conclusion, hit easy into the wind, learn how to have the proper weight shift and the proper golf stance. Combining these 3 things will result in better accuracy, further distance, and lower golf scores. Practice is the key that will get the results you want. Be persistent, and you will see huge results.

32 comments :

  1. This is great. Thanks for sharing this. I can now improve my golf swing for my next game.

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  2. Not a bad run through the basics - as far as it goes. It is a little basic though - are you planning a series of similar posts, perhaps looking at each element of the PGA (Posture, Grip and Alignment) in more detail?

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  3. I agree about swinging easier into the wind. This puts less spin on the ball. Spin causes the ball to rise. Since we are looking to keep ball out of the wind, that's good advice.

    On the stance I would prefer narrow to wide because a golfer is able to turn better back and through.

    Sam Goble
    www.insidegolftips.com

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  4. I have an interest in golf. The information here is really very beautiful. In particular the recommendations to hit a ball.

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  5. What is the best golf club for beginners like me?Can you answer that to me guys?

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  6. golf looks easy but is far from it. After seeing all of my friends going out and playing on almost every Saturday, i realized i better learn this sport or else i'll stay home bored. Needless to say, i went out and couldn't hit ball at all. Everyone kept telling me not to try and crush the ball, but it's human nature. At least now i can try your tips out on my next golfing experiment :) .... thanks

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  7. Read the Ben Hogan bio. That halped me out in an amazing way. I'm now playing golf 2/3 times a week, love it!

    Jack
    Golf Swing Tips

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  8. Thanks for the hints. Theres always something you can adjust and improve on your swing.

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  9. Nice tips.
    Actually i am looking for these tips as i've recently playing golf so much needed.
    Thanks for the post.
    Would definitely like to hear more from your side..

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  10. Hi to the staff of golftipsbeginners! I am curious about Golf and I hit this site. Reading from the article I found out that I should be with someone who is also good at golf in order to receive golf tips. I should also invest in golf clubs and other equipments so that I won't have to borrow from others. Advance happy new year and more power to golftipsbeginners.blogspot.com/

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  11. Very well said. I've been playing golf for a while and I've managed to put up a +2 handicap. An advice for beginners would be, practice, practice, practice because repetition is key.

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  12. Thanks for the hints nice article thanks for sharing

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  13. Thanks for sharing this. I can now improve my golf swing for my next game.

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  14. I will make sure to learn more and be good the next time I play golf. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Wonderful tips you've got there. I've been playing golf for a while and have managed to have a +1 handicap but I've never had the patience to teach my son. Maybe by reading this, he'll find his his own path in golfing.

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  16. Golf is never a game against other players. It is always a test of patience. That is why you need to learn to be patient first before you expect to improve.

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  17. The information here is really very beautiful. In particular the recommendations to hit a ball.

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  18. We just moved into a country club and wanted to start golfing for the new year. Thanks for the golfing tips. We are going to need it!

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  19. you have good hints for beginners on this field of sport. Generally most people who understand golf is just hitting the ball. But if they read your post they will surely learn more.

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  20. When hitting the ball, you are not really exerting power but more likely just going with the swing. The power comes from the hips and the arms just follow. This is really hard to explain but it is really effective.

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  21. Thanks for the pointers, especially about hitting the ball into the wind. It's really helped my game.

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  22. Great tips on how to hit the ball. Golf is a very demanding sport but not physically. It is very demanding mentally. You never play against another person. Your opponent is nature and yourself.

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  23. Id love some help with the golf swing and this article has really got me keen to hit the course, Thanks very much. I think Im all arms, need some better rotation through the hips

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  24. I never thought that music can actually be associated with golf swings! But you are right, practice is the key. Practice makes perfect, as they say, right?

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  25. Golf is a game of patience. You can never blow your top because that's what's going to ruin your swing. Always visualize before the shot and take a deep breath. Clear your mind of any doubts.

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  26. If you want to learn to have a better golf swing and if you want to improve your golf score then follow these tips To arrive at a better level in golf you will need to practice. Golf swing improvement usually means a lower golf score.

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  27. It seems that your are a great golf player. Because your all blogs are related to golf only. If this is true then why not you put your profile pic ,and name so that we can see you also.

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  28. Great article loaded with many good golfing tips, for beginners! Last summer while traveling to Orlando, Florida I took some swing lessons @ Orlando Golf It worked wonders for my swing and it is close to Universal Studios.

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  29. performing a perfect swing requires more practice and patience. Since you have to deal with great focus and precise hit in making it. But also you have to keep constant practice in doing and perfecting it.

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  30. Great ! I learn to play golf ! After I read your blog, i walked to the golf club to practice what i was read here. Thanks a lot

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  31. Practice makes a man perfect so to improve your swing capabilities you should emphasize on techniques of swinging.

    thanks and regards.

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  32. The tips and techniques described in this article are very useful, not just for newbie, but also for advanced level of golfer that perhaps still miss some important point like me.
    Thanks.

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