Pham Minh Duc PGA continues to share useful advices to help golfers overcome the wrong misperception to practice the sport of golf.
Exercise is probably the most important thing for us to raise the level and decrease the handicap. The golfer with the various qualification and body status will require different training methods to achieve their goals. Many golfers who have good qualifications, perennial experience, chose the training pitch that is the daily destination to hone their technique, but there are many other golfers prefer collective pitch to get actual shots. Practise at the training pitch or on the pitch have different advantages and disadvantages, but if focusing a bit more golfers will avoid suffering some conspicuous errors.
The technique is all
That is the thinking of many players. Technical is very important but not the only factor to help you improve your scores on the pitch. In addition to the technical level, other factors such as tactical, psychological, physical or appliances can influence more or less in a tournament. However, many golfers spend most of their time on perfecting their swing without paying attention to other shots, when you make a bad shot on the pitch, the main cause is the swing technique or it may be that you are not standing in the right direction, choosing the wrong club, or being too impatient for the preceding shot down. You do not necessarily have to hit the ball with straight way to play well, you just know the road that curves your ball in any direction, then you are completely capable of clearing and the ball will be swung toward the goal, that simple tactic sometimes seemed effective than you thought. Even professional golfers use the ball that curves from left to right or right to left with distant shots approaching the green because the curved ball have probability of stopping the ball closer to the goal after exposing slope of the green surface.
Holding sticks for certain and the left hand is always straight
This is probably the “mantra” you will definitely hear as the beginner. The fact that holding sticks for certain will create more or less unnecessary pressure between the knuckles, the tightening finger will cause the wrist stiffness and hence its natural couch after exposing rod ball preparation is greatly reduced. If you look carefully about how good golfers do, you will see that the wrist is often loose and so they always get higher club head speed when handling the ball. Similarly to the elbow, when you try to keep your left arm straight during raising the sticks so too straight arm will inadvertently cause combustion pressure at the elbow and flex the arm while trying to do so it would be likely to cause injuries as well as reduce the movement speed while putting down sticks. Straight left hand will only be able better in a relaxed state that wrist and elbow joints definitely help you improve your club head speed.
Right hand “closed armpit”
But not always for all cases. The elbow must be separated from your body so putting sticks up and down will certainly impact more or less exposed to the ball, but it does not mean you need to keep too close to the body. While moving the connection between the arms and chest are also motion of the upper half body and thus keeping your elbows in front of the chest is always necessary, when the upper body is completely connected and moved together, you can swing completely uncritical accordance with your rhythm, but if your right arm is too close to your body, it will become more restrictive and would be difficult to fully promote club head speed, so let’s try to maintain a certain distance between the arms and body during the swing.
To retain the top looking down
Many golfers are provided practice guidance of looking at the initial ball place for a long time, even when the ball flew away after exposure. This advice probably should only be applied to those golfers who tend to escape posture during the swing, as the overlap of different knee or stand up a little early in the swing, but that maintaining the vision can minimize this thing, your body position frequently escape from certain limits of the world while on the move. Actually the first stays in one place even if the ball flies up will impact much or less to the top of the right back of the neck spine, after the body shortly contact ball, it will rotate in a state close to the end and toward the target, keeping up for too long time will restrict the movement of the shoulders and with enough speed and number of repetitions so the injury on your back / shoulder / neck would be just come soon.
Some golfers think that when you are practice to swing, arm and body will have to rise totally during up and in the end. The fact that you only focus on the large revolve of the body, primarily the shoulders in case of putting stick up and hips in case of putting stick down, then you surely have a pretty full swing, more and more compact swing will help you better contact with the ball. Furthermore there will be many times when you do not need whole-body swing to hit the target because of the distance that often fall between the two sticks and you may need to adjust or shorten your swing for the ball to be in the distance desired.