Improving The Mental Picture Of Your Swing

Visualization techniques help improve your game. All good players do it, whether consciously or unconsciously. PGA pros, for example, visualize every shot they take. It’s the key to their success. I also encourage it in my individual golf instruction sessions. Below are a couple of visualization techniques that I’ve written about in my golf tips. To improve your scores quickly, try developing a good mental picture of your swing. Too many recreational golfers have a poor mental picture of their swing. Hence, their swings look awkward and disjointed. This awkward, disjointed swing isn’t solely the player’s fault. It’s also the fault of the way we teach golf. When I give golf lessons, I often work on individual elements of the …

How Do I Swing A Golf Club?

Here it is! Your first, most basic step on your way to the golfing hall of fame. The first thing to learn is how to swing a golf club. Now, we can talk about the biomechanics of the golf swing; about resistance and G-force, the single plane vs. the double plane approach, go into detail with the physics and equations of the golf swing… but first, the most basic and universal piece of advice anybody can give you for your golf swing: Relax. The golf swing is actually a natural motion, and once you know how to do it, it’s just like breathing. Don’t get intimidated by all the jargon and mathematics. The most important thing, as any pro golfer …