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Basic golf tips and training - How to Improve Your Golf Swing


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Learn basic golf tips and techniques to improve your score in this short presentation.

Learn basic golf tips and techniques to improve your score in this short presentation.

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  • 1. How to Adjust Your Golf Game
  • 2. How to Adjust Your Golf Game Here are some basic tips and techniques to help you adjust your golf game and improve your score.
  • 3. Putting • A large percentage of your score comes from putting. • Adjusting your set up position can go a long way towards improving your score. • Make sure your alignment is set so the putter hits the ball squarely. • Grip the putter more with your palms while keeping a light grip pressure.
  • 4. Putting • Stand directly over the ball, with your eyes lined up inside of your target line. • This will help to prevent pushing or pulling the ball during the put. • Lean the shaft of the putter a little forward to the left and make the put.
  • 5. Chip Shots • Chip shots are used when you've missed the green and you need to get the ball near the hole. • Start with a narrower stance than you would use with short irons. • Positioning your hands just ahead of the golf ball when you begin your swing will give your swing an angle that will get the golf ball into the air. • Make your backswing short, and swing through the ball with a steady rhythm.
  • 6. Hooking and Slicing • Having the right stance will help in preventing hooking and slicing. • Place your feet in a wide stance in accordance with the club you're using. • Use a relaxed posture while keeping your body movement balanced. • Practice keeping the club correctly in the swing plane. • The club should be parallel to the target line at the top of the swing. • Deviation on either side of the target line may result in a slice or a hook.
  • 7. Driving • Start with a good stance, with feet about shoulder width apart. • Bend the knees and bend forward until the arms are hanging straight down with the club directly under the chin. • Start your back swing smooth and slow, keeping your forward arm straight to provide a complete extension. • The distance you'll get will be determined by the length of your backswing. • Follow through with the forward swing right down the target line while concentrating on posture, balance, and your swing rhythm.
  • 8. Practice • Increase your confidence and improve your game by practicing basic golf tips. • Make adjustments to your swing to determine what works best for you. • Establish a complete approach to golf by becoming proficient in all the aspects of the game. • Adjust your basic skills by following a guide or system that works well for you to better your performance.
  • 9. Free Golf eBook For a free ebook on Golf Tips and Techniques visit: