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Improve the Speed of your Putts

Nothing in putting is worse than leaving the ball short. It’s an awful feeling knowing that no matter what would have happened, you’re ball wouldn’t have made it to the hole, even on the perfect line. So how do you gage the right speed of a putt? How do you practice this? In the following Easy Golf Tip, I will cover a simple way to judge the speed of a putt, and how you can practice until you are a pro.

I am sure you have noticed that if you play golf in the morning the grass might be shiny and if you play in the afternoon the grass might look dull. If you see shiny grass, this means you will be putting with the grain. Putting with the grain will create a quicker ball speed, thus you need to lay back a little on the putt. If you see dull grass when putting, this means your ball is moving against the grain. Putting against the grain means your ball will move slower and you will need to putt with a bit more force.

I know a great tool used to practice judging the speed of a putt. You first need to lineup for a putt about 4 ft away. Lay your driver on the green directly in front of the hole so the shaft of the driver is blocking the way in. Make sure the shaft is on the ground and not elevated. Take aim at the hole and hit your 4 ft putt. If you hit the putt too lightly, the ball will either not reach the shaft of the driver or it will hit the shaft and stop rolling. If you putt the ball too hard, the ball will hit the shaft and go right over the hole and keep rolling. The perfect putt will hit the shaft, hop over it and fall right into the cup. The perfect speed of a putt will want to stop about a foot past the hole.

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  • Why most golfers will never reach their potential
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Golf Tips to Improve Your Putting Accuracy

This portion of Easy Golf Tips is to provide you with some simple, yet effective golf tips that will improve your putting accuracy and lower putts per hole. Have you ever heard the saying “Drive for show, Putt for Dough”?. This statement couldn’t be more true. You can drive the ball 300 yards all day, but if yuo can’t make a putt you will never improve your score. The best players in the world are all the best putters in the world.

By using the tips, you can not only improve the way you read the green, but you can also practice getting that special feel and touch that so many players have. To lower your handicap, you must first do so by improving your putting skills.

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Build a Better Body and Better Game in 6 Weeks

Find out how a 40 year old golf coach who dreamed the U.S. Open and a 62 old normal guy in need of body stability  – Used the Same Secrets to Finally Get The Results They’d Been Denied – Until Now

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  • Increase drive distance by 15 to 20 yards
  • Increase energy levels so they feel refreshed and ready
  • Get lean, strong and flexible
  • Reduce their handicap to a single digit

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Choosing the Right Driver for You

When playing golf it is important to have clubs that fit you. No two people are a like and no two people have the same swing. When choosing the proper driver for your game, there a few things to consider:

  • Club head size
  • Shaft
  • Loft

Club Head Size
There are generally three sizes when it comes to club heads: standard, mid-sized, and over-sized. The drivers you see professionals using on television are classified as over-sized. You won’t find many standard sized drivers built for men. Most 150cc (cubic centimeters) club heads are made for juniors. You can see a picture here. The smaller club head does provide better control, but has a small sweet spot. A mid-sized club head is around 175-225cc. A slightly bigger club than standard will provide added distance while still giving you a lighter club. Over-sized club heads (or what some of us like to call  the big dog) range from 250-500cc. These clubs are massive. They are a bit heavier and harder to control, but the large sweet spot will allow you to make contact from different parts of the club. In my opinion the over-sized club head allows more forgiveness with a bad swing. You can see a picture here.

Shaft
There are two types of shafts in which drivers are made out of: steel and graphite. Most drivers made today are constructed from a graphite shaft. This reduces the overall weight of the club. Another benefit of the graphite shaft is that it is more flexible and absorbs shock. Steel on the other hand, is stronger and more durable. Steel shafts should be used for players who need extra control off the tee. In general, you will pay more for a graphite shafted club.

The flexibility of a shaft is also important when choosing a club. Flex is the amount of bend in a club. The two main types of flex are regular and stiff. A regular shaft is recommended for beginners and players with slower swing speeds. A stiff shaft won’t have as much forgiveness but will generate more power. A stiff shaft is recommended for advanced players with a quicker swing speed.

Loft
Every driver also comes with a specific loft of the club face. The higher the loft degree, the more control you will have, but you will sacrifice distance. The recommended loft degrees are as follows:

  • Slow swing – 10.5-12 degree loft
  • Average swing – 9.5-10.5 degree loft
  • Fast swing – 8-9.5 degree loft
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Improving Accuracy with the Proper Grip

In the following Easy Golf Tip, we will discuss how a proper grip can improve your driving accuracy. By properly placing your hands on the golf club grip, it will be easier for you to control the club. In order for you to maintain power and control in a golf swing, you must rotate the club to the same degree that you rotate the body. This means you need a relaxed grip. Do not strangle the club to death.

It is hard to describe the perfect grip using words so I have incorporated the following pictures to help demonstrate where to place the club in your hands.

  • The top hand The dots represent the position the club should take in your left hand

    The top hand The dots represent the position the club should take in your left hand

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  • Place the left thumb on the backside of the shaft. Club head should be square to target

    Place the left thumb on the backside of the shaft. Club head should be square to target

    The bottom hand

    The bottom hand

    Place club on first knuckle of the right index finger

    Place club on first knuckle of the right index finger

    Left thumb should tuck into the lifeline of your right palm

    Left thumb should tuck into the lifeline of your right palm

    Check the V's. They should point to your right shoulder.

    Check the V's. They should point to your right shoulder.

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Add More Distance to Your Driver by Rotating Your Hips More



A common misconception in golf is that power comes from the hands or swing speed. This could not be firth from the truth. The following Easy Golf Tip will help you improve your distance with the driver by rotating your body.

Torque is defined as a turning or twisted force. This is what we want the body to do in a proper golf swing. You can probably notice that elderly golfers can not rotate their body as much as a younger golfer. This directly results in a decrease in power and distance. All the power from your swing comes from your legs, not the arms. By creating more torque, you will create more power.

I am going to use the following picture as a guide on how to build the perfect rotation for your swing.

Golf Tips to Improve Your Driving Accuracy and Distance

Golf Tips to Improve Your Driving Accuracy and Distance

Notice in step one the right shoulder is pointed straight down at the target. The head is down and the club is almost parallel to the target. You want to see your belt buckle pointed away from the target during your rotation.

In step two you will notice the hips starting to rotate back towards the target. The head remains behind the ball as the hips rotate. Staying behind the ball will deliver more power upon contact.

In step three, the belt buckle is almost square to the ball.

Step four is the most important part of the rotation process, this is called the follow through. Notice the belt buckle pointing directly at the target. This is crucial for the follow through. There are two ways to practice the follow through:

  • Line up to the ball without a club and take your stance. Grab your right hip bone with your left hand. Now take a swinging motion and grab your right hip a pull it towards your target until the belt buckle faces the target. Practicing this will help your body remember to fully rotate towards the target in the follow through.
  • Another example to practice this is to take your stance at a ball and put your hands together (palm to palm) where you would normally hold the club. Take a back swing and follow through. At the end of the follow through, pretend you are going to shake someone’s hand with your right hand (for right handed golfers). You want to reach out and extend your right arm on the follow through.

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Golf Tips to Improve Your Driving Accuracy and Distance

This portion of Easy Golf Tips is to provide you with some simple, yet effective golf tips that will improve your driving accuracy and distance. Some people will tell you driving the ball is over rated. Some will disagree. I think it depends on the person. The most important part of the tee shot is keeping the ball straight. It doesn’t matter if the ball travels on 150 yards. 150 yards in the fairway is better than 250 yards out of buonds in the lake.

People love using the driver. It’s fun to take out the “big dog” and rip one. But it’s only fun if you can keep the ball in the fairway, otherwise you want to toss your driver into the woods.

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