Weekly Golf Tips By Joel Garyn
Most of us have different swing thoughts when we go through a round of golf. Some of us look for quick fixes in the middle of a round after we hit a bad shot and our next swing we try something different and this leads us on a road to more mis-hits and higher scores.
To avoid ups and downs during a round of golf try to concentrate on making a level swing. Many of us have a tendency to tilt our front shoulder down on the back swing, which more than likely leads to a swing that is too steep. It also leads to sliding back and forth in your swing rather than making a good, tight turn.
Fix: Try to keep your shoulders level throughout the swing, You will make a much better turn and swing through the ball a lot more consistently. Again, simply, at address and as you start your back swing – turn your shoulders on a level plane, do not dip your front shoulder and on the down swing retrace the forward down swing and turn through the ball.
Have a great week, and remember, if you have a bad day on the golf course it is no indication of your self worth. The dog will not bite you and your family still loves you.