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Golf Swing Drills to Improve Your Play

Golf is a technical game and it requires many skills to be one of the top players. If you carefully watch a great player while he is playing, you will notice one important thing. It is the ability of that player to swing every club at a consistent tempo and with excellent balance. A swing can seal your fate in a golf game. So, practicing golf swing drills regularly is very important.

Here, I am going to show you how to improve your golf swings. There are some golf swing drills which can enhance your performance well. You must always remember that consistency in swings can be maintained through your balance and a smooth rhythm.

Let us begin with the drill that helps to find your natural swinging rhythm. The steps are given below.

  1. Put 5 tees in a line 4 inches apart, drawn on the ground.
  2. Now stand just inside the closest tee and start swinging a 7-iron back and through with a non-stop swing motion.
  3. Walk in forward motion and start clipping each tee out of the ground in sequence.
  4. Practice this drill at least three times.

This drill will help you to find a suitable swing pace that enables you to keep your balance but at the same time, produce club head speed.

This second drill will help you to perfect and remember your balance points. Read the steps below.

  1. First, close your eyes and sense your balance. Then perform a back swing action and stop at the top. You will feel your balance on the inside of the back foot.
  2. Now, begin your down swing by sensing weight shift to the front shoe and stop at impact. At this position, your weight should be on the front foot.
  3. Resume your swing to the finish and stop. Now you can sense your weight on the front foot, and tap your back toe.

This upcoming drill is considered as one of the very best practice drills since it makes you to practice your swing in slow motion. The steps are as follows:

  1. Place down 10 teed-up balls and perform full swing in slow motion. Remember that the balls must only travel 10 – 15 yards. Assume this speed is of 10 percent of your normal swing speed.
  2. Now, raise your body rotation speed by 10 percent for every 10 balls.
  3. You will reach your best rhythm and balance speed by the time you reach 80 percent of your normal swing speed.

You will be amazed to see the ball reaching far distance and the way you perfectly contact the ball.

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