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 Post subject: Straighten and release your right arm while swing
PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:38 pm 
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There are some people who listen to my golf lessons and they think the swing is all about moving the right body parts. However, knowing which parts to move isn’t enough. In fact, You also need to know what sequence to move them in, when, and how quickly. For example, how to swing the Titleist 910 D2 Driver with the best way? As I said before, knowing which parts to move isn’t enough. Building rhythm, timing, and tempo into your swing is a prerequisite to hitting good golf shots time and time again.

Therefore, I would like to share some of my expensive with you guys here. During the first few feet the swing, the Titleist 910 D3 Driver must move gradually inside the ball-to-target line. At the same time it must stay outside your hands. The key to setting the club head on the right plane lies in starting the swing with the butt of the club. Moving the club in toward your right thigh helps set the club on the right path.

What does your body should do then? The body as a whole is then able to unwind in one motion. The movement produces a swinging motion of the arms, hands, and club, allowing the Ping Anser Irons head to peak through impact. Think about swinging the club head, not hitting the ball.
More information at http://www.directgolfget.com/ or http://prizedraws.com/forums/introduce- ... post184290


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