During the course of a typical round of golf, you will find yourself in need of extra height on your shot. Instances where a high shot is necessary to include times when you need to hit the ball over an obstacle. Also, if you want to stop an approach shot on a portion of the green, more height is your best option. Golfers that hit the ball relatively low will face considerable difficulty in any situation requiring a high shot. This article will discuss some tips and techniques to help increase the trajectory of your golf shots.
This article discusses several factors that can diminish power off the tee and result in a loss of distance. These factors include: (1) lack of flexibility/poor shoulder turn, (2) poor balance/weight transfer, (3) incorrect clubhead angle into the ball, and (4) a lack of acceleration of the club during the downswing.
So, you’ve ditched your 3-iron, or maybe your 5-wood in place of a hybrid or two (or three or four). Now you may be wondering “Do I use the same swing as with an iron, a fairway wood, or somewhere in between?” In this article we will discuss how to really hit a hybrid club. In order to answer this question, you need to do a little self-swing diagnosis first. Most people either hit their woods better than their irons or vice-versa. The reason for this has a lot to do with their swing plane tendencies. People with a flatter swing plane typically find hitting woods easier because the flatter swing makes it easier to hit up on the ball...
Golf Handicap and Why It’s Important to the Sport: A golf handicap is a numerical measure of a player’s ability over an entire round of golf. The lower this number is, the better player you are. The ability rating is to enable any golfer with a lower skill play with an experienced play on a level playing field.