Fighting With Your Golf Swing Tempo (Video)
Fighting With Your Golf Swing Tempo (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Now if we know that your golf swing tempo is important we have got to make sure that it is consistent as well. So through out the entire round we want to have the same tempo as from the first tee to the eighteenth green and all the holes in between and all the circumstances that happen in between. Now the issues that might arise on the golf course I going to be numerous and we've got to make sure the tempo doesn't change. So the 1st thing we might look at is going to be that sort of pressure that you might have so those nerves a hole that goes over warts 18th shot where you're playing into the clubhouse and there's all the people move around there outside the clouds watching you play or even just the internal pressure you put on yourself the I always bogey this hole I want to try make apart of I see you had that precious. Now when you have that pressure How does your goal swing tempo change for a lot of golfers they get quicker they rush their grip pressure increases their swing cadence increases and they don't always hit the goal for while. So let's make sure that we're conscious of what our tempo was doing when we're under pressure now all the things where the tempo might change isn't for the ball shots. So it might be a shot where you've got a difficult lie it might be a shot where you got to go over water it might just be a tricky little 3 foot putt.

So when the hole those the ball shots might change the cadence if you will string or your stroke might change the tempo of your swing. So you got to approach those shots carefully to make sure that we don't suddenly start rushing just because we're in the comfortable position and one last area that you don't really have any control over on the golf course it's just literally the pace of play. So sometimes you're out there and it's a very slow day the group ahead of you are a full ball driving around taking forever you are 2 ball you want to go on with the thing than a light and you throw on that slowing down can really have an impact. Sometimes you might slow your tempo down some what because there's no rush today every thing's taking forever a lot of times golf is get frustrated in that situation why don't these guys get a move away the way an old I you know they want to actually comes to your show you're rushing you stuff it. So anyway and then of course they get the blame so the pace of play needs to be watched some golf is done like been pushed from behind. So maybe there's a group of golf is behind you all playing a little bit more slowly and you'll full that pushing you and therefore you start rushing because you conscious of the holding these guys up in that situation you tempo might be too quick. So take your time let those guys play through get back into your natural rhythm your natural time apart. So make sure you're tempo doesn't change 1st 18th green and all those difficult areas in between.

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Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Now if we know that your golf swing tempo is important we have got to make sure that it is consistent as well. So through out the entire round we want to have the same tempo as from the first tee to the eighteenth green and all the holes in between and all the circumstances that happen in between. Now the issues that might arise on the golf course I going to be numerous and we've got to make sure the tempo doesn't change. So the 1st thing we might look at is going to be that sort of pressure that you might have so those nerves a hole that goes over warts 18th shot where you're playing into the clubhouse and there's all the people move around there outside the clouds watching you play or even just the internal pressure you put on yourself the I always bogey this hole I want to try make apart of I see you had that precious. Now when you have that pressure How does your goal swing tempo change for a lot of golfers they get quicker they rush their grip pressure increases their swing cadence increases and they don't always hit the goal for while. So let's make sure that we're conscious of what our tempo was doing when we're under pressure now all the things where the tempo might change isn't for the ball shots. So it might be a shot where you've got a difficult lie it might be a shot where you got to go over water it might just be a tricky little 3 foot putt.

So when the hole those the ball shots might change the cadence if you will string or your stroke might change the tempo of your swing. So you got to approach those shots carefully to make sure that we don't suddenly start rushing just because we're in the comfortable position and one last area that you don't really have any control over on the golf course it's just literally the pace of play. So sometimes you're out there and it's a very slow day the group ahead of you are a full ball driving around taking forever you are 2 ball you want to go on with the thing than a light and you throw on that slowing down can really have an impact. Sometimes you might slow your tempo down some what because there's no rush today every thing's taking forever a lot of times golf is get frustrated in that situation why don't these guys get a move away the way an old I you know they want to actually comes to your show you're rushing you stuff it. So anyway and then of course they get the blame so the pace of play needs to be watched some golf is done like been pushed from behind. So maybe there's a group of golf is behind you all playing a little bit more slowly and you'll full that pushing you and therefore you start rushing because you conscious of the holding these guys up in that situation you tempo might be too quick. So take your time let those guys play through get back into your natural rhythm your natural time apart. So make sure you're tempo doesn't change 1st 18th green and all those difficult areas in between.