Good Golfers Start The Downswing Like THIS To Stop Rushing And Over The Top
Start the downswing like a pro Crucial But Simple Move Great Golfers Do And So Can YOU
This is one of my favorite lessons that apply to so many of you… Perhaps it’s the easiest golf swing method because its focus is using using 3 words.
Throw, catch, throw.
Even with a short golf swing it works to stop rushing your downswing. Which in it’s own right is one of the most damaging faults that plague golfers.
That’s it for a golf swing sequence that delivers effortless power and the swing path for straight shots.
You hate hitting a slice and coming over the top and you want to stop rushing the downswing so you need to realize that hitting AT the ball is a huge problem…
Instantly obtain a better balanced golf swing with a simple golf swing tip.
This piece of advice may be one of the most effective I’ve seen that gives any golfer more consistency and control with their golf swing while maintaining their free flowing swing.
After my students applied this tip, I’ve seen them gain more consistency and effortless power with a more centered golf swing
We all want a better golf swing and to have ways to make the golf swing easier for us.
No matter if you are a senior golfer, a young athlete, weekend warrior or scratch golfer… we need simple golf swing thoughts and images in our mind to give us the stability and consistency we want.
If you want to stop swaying in the golf swing and stop several other golf swing faults, this lesson from The Art of Simple Golf is for you.
- Stop casting in the downswing
- Stop early extending in the swing
- Stop lunging
- Consistent golf swing staying centered
- Repeatable golf swing
I’m struggling with slowing down. Today I went to the range and hit iron shots with several swing thoughts that have been working well. But I was slicing and frustrated. At home a few hours later I hit a few more and didn’t slice. I’m thinking that the difference was not being on the range where for what ever reasons, I’m trying to hit harder (faster).. At home, I try to do easy swings trying to maintain balance and form.. The ball goes the same distance but without the slice. Hmmm. I will be trying the step and the back thing to see if that will help. It should.
Yes, patience is key. Waiting from the top and stop rushing makes all the difference. Find a smooth baseline of tempo and speed. Less is more