How A Female Golfer Can Quickly And Easily Improve Distance And Accuracy?
Female golfers, like their male counter parts are looking for quick and easy ways to improve their distance and accuracy. I wish I had the "magic bullet" to accomplish this overnight, but that's not possible? even if you see it in an advertisement.
I want to ask you a question.
What swings your club? This isn't a trick question, but the answer is one you need to realize in order to improve your current golf game.
What was your answer? I'll cut to the chase and tell you it's your BODY!
Your body swings the club? nothing else!
Do you agree? If so, are you currently working on your body? What I mean is? are you focusing on improving your strength and flexibility specific to golf?
If not, you may be frustrated with your golf game for a LONG time to come....
How To Improve Your Game With Simple Golf Exercises!
Winter is upon us and you have more time, since you're not golfing? so why not get a jump on next season by doing some simple, in-home golf exercises that will quickly prepare your body to hit LONGER drives and shoot LOWER scores?
How many times have you started a new golf season with very high scores, short drives, and aches and pains? Am I talking to you? Let's be honest. It happens more times than you'd like. But why not do it different this time? Instead of going into deep depression that the season is over - keep golf in the top of your mind by starting a golf exercise program.
Don't let your clubs get dusty and forget about your game. Prepare your body in anticipation of next spring. It's no fun to come off the course feeling spent (in more ways than one) when you could have energy to spare....
Choosing The Right Shoes, Golf Shoes, Wedding Shoes And Other Footwear!
Wearing a comfortable pair of shoes is very important if you spend much time on your feet. Whether you're standing, walking or running, all of your weight falls directly onto the bottom of your feet. That's why the shoes you wear are critical to the long term comfort and health of your feet and ankles.
Whether you're wearing sandals, boots or running shoes it's crucial that your feet are supported and comfortable. Shoes with support and shock absorption will help reduce pounding on the rest of your body as you walk or run.
In prehistoric times skins or hides were probably tied around the foot for protection and warmth. The sandal, probably the earliest form of shoe, was worn in Egypt, Greece, and Rome;...
How Golf Training Can Transform Your Game
Golf training has been brought to the masses thanks to Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Larry Nelson and now by the Number One player in the world? Vijay Singh. Vijay is a golf training machine. His personal trainer travels with him on tour and works him out all the way through the week. Vijay has his golf training routine down to a science and doesn't deviate even a fraction.
When Annika implemented a golf training program she shot a 59 that year and dominated the LPGA. No one was even close. She was the one to beat every week. She even went as far as saying she needed to challenge herself, so she played in a men's PGA event. And almost made the cut!
Now club pro's, tournament golfers, seniors and even juniors are catching on....
Golf Driving Tips To Correct A Common Mistake
One of the most common mental errors golfers make when driving the ball is to try and hit it as hard as possible.
This article will deal with golf driving tips to help you correct this problem that is hampering many golfers and greatly hindering them from making any progress.
Our minds already have certain set beliefs. One of them is that the more force we use on an object the further it will travel. What makes this particular even more difficult to get rid of in our golf is that it is also true from a scientific point of view. Only that there are a number of special variables that make it untrue in golf.
The first of this golf driving tips variables is the design of the golf club. Each club is cleverly designed to send the golf ball over a certain distance....
Putting and My Aching Back!
I am guessing that all of us can relate to the title of this article. I am sure you have bent over for that 4 footer (can't give you that 4 footer, sorry), and felt that lower back feel tired, sore, painful or tight. Regardless of what the word is, you feel it! I also am guessing that some of you have changed to belly putters for the reason that your back hurts when you putt! Even if you are one of those players that has switched to a belly putter because of back pain, that pain is an indicator of something else going on within the body. I am sure we could use the excuse: I am older now and that is just what happens; or maybe we use the "cave man excuse": humans just were meant to walk on two legs!...
The Ideal Exercises For Senior Golfers
The really tricky part about exercises for senior golfers, and getting them to do, is the fact they often suffer from various ailments and pains in various parts of their bodies.
It is like having to deal with the overworked engine of an aging car. Things always seem to go wrong all the time and there is always one problem after another. The situation is a little similar with older golfers.
Still, exercises for senior golfers have been known to have a major impact on their game. I have worked with golfers who are as old as 80 years and I can say with confidence that exercises have done a great deal for many senior golfers. We've had cases where stretch exercises have helped ease and in some cases have completely eliminated nagging back pains in senior golfers....
Making Your Program Golf Specific
"Golf-Specific" means different things to different people. One of the things I have learned from my education and experience in working with elite trainers and golfers is that in order to improve someone's performance you must know where their strengths and weaknesses currently exist. This is, of course, the real value of assessments. If you look at the requirements of the golf swing itself, a golfer needs adequate spinal rotation, hip rotation, shoulder rotation, core engagement, some degree of cardiovascular endurance, and some degree of strength and stability.
You don't need to be a bodybuilder or powerlifter for golf, just enough strength to produce a powerful swing. So, in evaluating a golfer you simply look at the rotational ability of the joints that most affect the golf swing....
Mental Toughness for Golfers: Avoiding Comfort Zones in Golf
A comfort zone becomes a problem whenever a player is playing better than expected or is breaking new ground. I teach golfers how to break out of self-limiting expectations and preconceived beliefs. Comfort zones don't limit great players on tour, such as David Duval, Tiger Woods, and Davis Love, III. Comfort zones actually benefit pro golfers when they can bring a poor round back into their scoring zone and turn a score of 76 into a 72.
When going low, pros don't just try to "get it in the clubhouse" when they get to four under par after 12 holes. If a pro gets to four under par after 12, that's great, but he doesn't stop there. His goal is to get to five under. This attitude, adopted by many professionals, is far from the mindset of the amateur who is playing better than expected or on the verge of breaking a personal best score....
A Bad Golfer & Common Mistake You Will Find Every Time
Fascinatingly enough a bad golfer is consistent enough with his/her consistent mistakes and poor play, that it promotes even more bad golf and frustration.
Actually a bad golfer ignores or is unaware of what has to be the single most important aspect of the golf swing. This is the setup or positioning before the swing.
It does not matter how good your swing is and how much correct technique you have used. If you do not pay attention to your swing, you are a bad golfer and it will clearly show when you have hit the ball.
All great golfers are aware of how important the setup is and you can be sure that many bad golfers are not. If you setup correctly for a shot, chances are extremely high that you will hit a good shot....
How to Become a Real Golf Bandit
It all started when he lost three games in succession and feltreally hurt by the experience. It wasn't just that he'd lost, itwas the fact that, when he was honest with himself, he had to admitthat he'd played poorly and never been in the hunt.
That was when he made up his mind to become an Invincible Golfer;a consistent winner; a really tough, hard to beat competitor. This is the story of how he turned himself from a miserable loser into a golfer who now wins over 80 percent of his games.
How it all began
It all started when h took a week off work to do a few choresaround the house and play a bit of golf. He lost all of the threegolf games he played that week, and it hurt.
Later, sitting in his car in the car park, he swore that he wouldnever again allow himself to be beaten like that....
The Proper Golf Swing Technique
There is no doubt that the proper golf swing technique is very important if an amateur golfer or any golfer for that matter, is to see their game improve to a significant level.
This is the reason why every golfer without exception constantly aspires to perfecting their technique in executing the golf swing.
In your efforts to get the proper golf swing technique right, it is extremely useful to realize that there are numerous muscles in your body that participate in a proper golf swing technique.
You need the co-operation of all these golf muscles, right from your feet and heels and right up to your shoulder, neck and head. There are actually quite a number of golf muscles that are important to pay attention to when seeking to master the proper technique for the golf swing....
How To Improve Your Golf Swing
So you need a little help with your golf swing. This article will give you some tips that may help with golf swing improvement. Golf swing improvement is an important consideration when you are serous about the game.
Golf swing improvement tip #1: You need to have self confidence. Without self-confidence the likelihood of golf swing improvement is not very good.
Golf swing improvement tip #2: Don't worry about what others think or say about your golf swing. Think about how you feel about your swing and then work to improve it.
Golf swing improvement tip #3: Develop a positive attitude about your golf swing.
Golf swing improvement tip #4: You may not feel relaxed but you can learn to play whether you are relaxed or not....
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