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Friday, June 27, 2008

Golf - The most low - impact sport of all

Golf - The most

low - impact sport of all

There’s no doubt about it that the game of golf is one that is massively popular all over the world. Golf is a low-impact sport that can provide participants of all ages not only a fun recreational activity but also some type of exercise. What other sport is so good for body, good for the mind, good for social activities, and so good for business. Golf has it all.

So its not supprising there has been a renewed interest in golf lately among the younger generations with the rise in popularity of golf phenomenon Tiger Woods. These days, golf is enjoyed by young and old alike. It gives fathers time to spend with sons and daughters, brothers with sisters, and friends with other friends.

The game of golf is played on both the amateur and professional levels with notoriety coming to good players locally and nationally. The professional golfers who are most famous are well-known world-wide, and often people strive to emulate them and their amazing play styles.

Of course, golf isn’t without its stressors. It’s nice to be out on the course when it’s a sunny spring day with a mild breeze, but it can be spoiled by bad shots, horrible lies, water hazards, and missed putts. You see, golf isn’t an exact science. There are many variables that go into a good golf swing, and it’s nearly impossible to perfect them all – all at the same time.

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Is it necessary for Amateurs to know the Biomechanics of the Golf Swing??

Is it necessary for Amateurs to know

the Biomechanics of the Golf Swing??

You may think that the biomechanics of a golf swing are only of any interest to the professionals - perhaps too technical for the amateur or one time per week golfer. Perhaps, if you think like that, it may explain why you could sometimes spend most of your round in the sand or trees!

Yes, of course the professionals need to understand the way the body works when he swings the club, which is what biomechanics is all about. However, it is just as important for the fun golfer. You may be surprised to find that a few subtle changes can take strokes off your round on a permanent basis, now that makes for real fun golf.

Although there are certain basic principles, the swing is individual to the person. To prove this you only have to look at all the different types of swing on display by the players at major championships. If you follow championships for any length of time you will also know about the top players who have changed their swing due to loss of form or an injury. This means you need to find the swing that works best for your own body, and anyone teaching you needs to know this too.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Anti Slice Golf Drivers - Good Or Bad?

Anti Slice Golf Drivers

- Good Or Bad?

Anti slice golf drivers have become increasingly popular in recent years, and it may seem strange to ask if they are actually a good thing or not. You may be surprised to hear that not everyone thinks that they are.

One of the reasons for the popularity of these clubs is that the drive is a shot that has a huge impact on a player's overall score. Of course in a sense you could say that about every type of shot, but if you hit a straight drive you are on your way, while a pull or a slice will put you in trouble right from the go.

The slice is the most common problem that players tend to have with the drive. The extra heave to get more power into the shot simply means that the club face does not hit the ball square on.

The simple advice may be to work on the swing, and of course this is a very logical answer and also the traditional way to go. However, with new developments in club design and technology, people have begun to wonder why not just use a club which corrects the problem for you?

An anti slice driver will be shaped in a particular way so that what would have been an off straight shot with a regular driver, with this club hits the ball straighter. It also tends to get the ball higher with more backspin, and the backspin will counteract the side spin of the slice.

Great! So why do some people not like them?

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Saturday, June 07, 2008

My Unique Putting Tip

My Unique Putting Tip

Here's my simple technique to improve your putting.
Before you can expect to putt well on greens with a slope, you need to learn to putt well on the flat.
This will train you to swing your putter through a straight line and hit the ball squarely on the face of the putter.

Now you need to get a putter that has a line on it that you can see clearly, as this will be the line that you will follow through to the center of the ball.

On the practice green (preferably one that you have at home, as this technique might not be appreciated) you will mark straight lines with a builders chalk line in several directions from the center of the hole spanning out around the green.

Getting someone to hold the chalk line at the center of the cup will make the process easier.
Now move around the green flicking the line to leave chalk marks along the ground.

Next - place your golf ball on the line leaving some of the line on the ground visible behind the ball.
This will help you to guide your swing.
You will then be able to swing your putter using the line on the ground as a guide and the line on the putter itself to connect with the center of the ball.

In a very short time you should find that you are managing to putt from a relatively good distance and get the ball in the hole most of the time.

This will help you to develop the correct posture and consistency to putt well.

After doing this for a while from different positions on the green, move the ball off the line and visualize that there is still a line on the ground by creating it in your mind, looking from the ball to the cup and back again several times.

Line up your putter as before and look at the line on your putter to hit the center of the ball with this spot on your club.

You are now retraining yourself to see an invisible line from the ball to the cup that you can use on any green you play on.
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