The Right Way To Swing Your Golf Clubs

The Right Way To Swing Your Golf Clubs

Tips On How To Improve Your Score Swinging a golf club properly is essential to improving your score. Slight defects in a swing will cause the ball to slice or hook, you will hit the top of the ball or miss it altogether. Having the proper tools and the right mentality when approaching your shot will make your experience with the game more successful and enjoyable. Choose Proper Sized Clubs. So, this should be a given, but choosing the proper clubs can be a major factor in the way you swing the ball. Clubs should be about the same length as the distance from the tips of your fingers to the ground when your arms are at your sides. The clubs should also be in decent condition because after about five years you’re clubs will be worn out. This can affect your performance, as well. Practice swinging the clubs several times with proper form. Bend at the hips, draw the club backward and then swing through. You should be able to comfortably connect with the ball. Practice Form. Push your hips back and up with your chest lowered. Your weight should be toward the balls of your feet. Release the tension in your knees, arms and shoulders. Your feet should be as wide as your shoulders for a tee shot with a driver. For other clubs, place your feet as wide as your hips. When you have the club gripped, bend over the ball from the waist, not the back. Bring the club backward while keeping your left arm straight and bending your right arm to a 90-degree angle. Once you have brought the...
Instruction: How To Use Your Original SwingRite Training Aid

Instruction: How To Use Your Original SwingRite Training Aid

How To Use Your Original SwingRite The purpose of the SWINGRITE is to feel when the club head has released. A proper release ensures consistent shot-making, both in distance and accuracy Set-up as you normally would set-up with a seven iron, making sure SwingRite is at least 6 to 8 inches off the floor. Now take your normal swing. Did it “Click?” If Swing Rite is swung properly it will click at the bottom of the swing or no more than 12 inches past impact. If swung improperly it will click before the ball, showing you have cast the club, or if it clicks after the ball you have moved your head in front of the imaginary ball position. Remember always keep your head behind the ball. If it doesn’t “CLICK” at all, then you will need to make one or possibly several adjustments to your swing before it will “CLICK” Start at the highest setting 9, and work your way down towards the number 1 position turning the chrome head 1/2 turn at a time until you feel comfortable swinging SwingRite and making it “CLICK” at the proper position. When you reach your desired position and can swing comfortably, that’s it, you’re ready to perfect your swing. Do’s Set chrome head at #9 Pull the sliding ring beyond the triggers toward the grip end as far as it will go. Grip the SwingRite firmly in both hands in a normal manner. Take your regular golf stance and swing, keeping the club head 6 – 8 inches above the floor. Keep clear of other people, pets, and obstacles. Try...
SwingRite Golf Training Aid Reinforces Golf Swing

SwingRite Golf Training Aid Reinforces Golf Swing

The SwingRite golf training aid can be used indoors, or out. It’s ideal for when there is no time to get out on the course or when the weather is bad. Since it can be used anywhere, at any moment, it provides a quick and easy way to reinforce muscle memory, a necessary aspect of improving and perfecting your golf swing. Because it is adjustable to swing speeds between 55 mph and 125 mph you can practice all types of swings from full swing to chip. And as any golfer knows, the only real way to improve at golf is to understand the basic principles of the swing and work on them. The SwingRite is perfect for men, women, and juniors of all levels! With the SwingRite, you can work on four of the most essential parts of the golf swing: tempo, swing speed, hand release, and...
How Should My Iron Sit On The Ground?

How Should My Iron Sit On The Ground?

SwingRite is great to assist swing tempo, timing and even improve posture. SwingRite can also help you with grip, but what is very important when trying to use a club to its full potential is face position and how your club sits on the ground. Click here to watch a video by Meandmygolf as they explain how the golf iron should sit on the ground when addressing the golf...
Some Top Myths of the Golf Swing

Some Top Myths of the Golf Swing

When you take tips on your golf game it is important to take everything with a grain of salt. For example when I golfed in high school my coach alway told me “Keep your head down” on my my swing. Although he was trying to improve my golf game unfortunately this hinders rotation of the shoulders. SwingRite will help you get the perfect rotation and shoulder turn as well as improve positioning of your head when looking down and back at the ball. Using SwingRite will help you improve your overall game, golf swing, and help you bust some golf myths that may be destroying your...
Posture

Posture

Proper posture is one of the building blogs to a good golf game and having excellent golf form. SwingRite helps improve tempo, timing, and position. Combine this with proper posture and you will have a near unstoppable golf...