How to improve your Golf Swing for the Beginner

Beginner Golf Training – Improve Your Golf Swing

Grip, Stance & Posture – most pros call them the three pillars of a great golf swing. No matter how expert and experienced you are, if you have trouble with your golf swing, chances are you are doing something wrong with your grip, stance or posture – or maybe all three. Learn how to fix it – and get that perfect golf swing!

Grip, Stance & Posture – most pros call them the three pillars of a great golf swing. No matter how expert and experienced you are, if you have trouble with your golf swing, chances are you are doing something wrong with your grip, stance or posture – or maybe all three.

Every beginner golf player needs instruction about achieving a perfect golf swing. No matter how much of a genius you are, it is not likely you’ll get a good golf swing going without a lot of practice and trial.

So how can you learn to work out the kinks in your golf swing by fixing your grip, stance and posture?

Read a book:

While it may not always be easy to understand the niceties of a golf swing entirely from reading a book, it is often the easiest way to begin. Once you have learned the basics, you can get more personalized assistance with refining your technique.

If you are reading a book about improving your golf swing, make sure it has pictures that illustrate what is being advised. Golf swing exercises are one area where a picture is indeed worth a thousand words!

Visit a golf course:

Contact the pro at your nearest golf course and country club and ask if they offer instruction on improving your golf swing. Often they will, and at around $40 an hour, you can get priceless coaching to make your swing better.

Ask people:

If not, you can run an ad in your newspaper – or see if anyone is offering golf training. Or ask friends who play golf and are ‘experts’ if they will share their tips with you. If you play up to their vanity, you might be surprised!

Surf the Web:

On the Internet you will find countless websites offering free golf training. Some of them offer videos which you can review to see what you’re doing wrong – and then fix it. To refresh your memory, the three pillars of your golf swing you need to work on are grip, stance and posture.

No matter which kind of training you seek, one of the key elements is to keep your mind focused at all times on your golf swing.

The Simple Golf Swing
You’ll lengthen your drive and cut your handicap by 7-12 strokes in just two weeks… guaranteed!

By Dr Mani
Published: 5/16/2007

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