Top 10 Ladies Video Golf Tips
We need to work on keeping the left arm extended through the back swing and through the down swing because it's allowing you to make the widest arc possible. As we strike the ball if we allow the right arm to extend into the shot it really works the lever off the wrist. It really hinges that wrist, and really gets that lever working for us to deliver a very powerful shot back into the golf ball.
If you find you are not getting your weight on to your right side just work on taking the club head straighter back along the target line for longer. Feel that you are stretching your arms out a little bit more keeping that club head over the target line and then hinging the wrist so that you feel your hands are more away from your body.
We want to start to make more of a swinging action, more of a rotational movement, so as you work on turning your upper today 90 degrees to the right and creating more rotation, your arms will feel like they are travelling around you. So change your golf swing from being an arms-only, and a lifting action and start to work on swinging the club back more with a rotational movement and you should finally get a much improvement golf swing.
The right arm doesn’t come into play until during the downswing for a right handed golfer. So the left arm is a dominant force and the right arm remains bent at the elbow, with the right elbow tucked in just in front of the right rib cage. The hinge of the wrist is allowing the club head to rise. The elbow is pointing downwards to the floor, an in a very passive position.
If you’re looking to improve your Putting strokes, then here is three great tips just to help you improve and really start making a lot more Putts. First of all, I’d make sure that your eyes are directly over the ball just on the inside for the optimum position to hit your Putts from. So, when you set up, just work on setting up to the ball and then noticing where your eyes are relative to that ball. And a great tip to be able to do that, is just take a golf ball, place it on the bridge of your nose, so directly between your eyes and then just release the ball. And it should drop just on the inside of the ball that you’re going to putt. So now I’ve got your eyes set in the correct position and it’s going to allow you ......
There's 2 ways we can use a impact bag to help us. So first of all place the impact bag to this opposite your left foot. And the correct position to be in at impact is to have 80% of your weight on your left foot. You've got your left foot, your left hip, your left shoulder, all in a vertical line. Your left arm is really straight and your hands are in front of your left thigh, so really creating this really straight line between the left shoulder, the left hand and the club head. The hips have rotated towards the target and the right heel is up with your right foot rotating onto your instep.
If you’re struggling with low ball flight when you’re playing golf and you’re not seeing a lot of trajectory from your golf shots, one of the main reasons for this is you’re trying to help the ball go up into the air too much. So let’s just look at how the club would work to get the ball into the air and I think once you’ve got a better understanding of this you’ll be more willing to hit down because for golfers to get the ball up high the feeling of hitting down on the golf ball can feel very counter intuitive. It’s not instinctively what you want to do. Instinctively you want to help the ball go up in the air but looking at how the ball is designed you’ll see how that actually causes the problem and makes it worse.
With this swing tip, we are going to consider the best driver loft is for a lady golfer. And it’s really important to get the correct loft on your driver because loft is absolutely critical to the amount of distance that you are going to hit the ball. You need to get the ball up into the air, you need to get maximum carriage so getting the ball airborne for as long as possible and the more the ball is in the air the further it’s moving forward.
So sequence for your backswing would be from the top-down: shoulders, moving into arms and torso, moving into hips; but on the downswing it’s from the ground up: knees into hips, hips into torso, then into arms and shoulders.
If you’re struggling with shanking the golf ball, it can be a really debilitating shot to hit. I think the main reason for this is that when you’re on the driving range and you’re hitting the shank, the ball flies so low and so acutely to the right there is no power in it at all, and it feels like a really, really horrible connection.