How to Swing a Golf Club – Part 1 of 2

So, you want to know how to swing a golf club. (If you do.) You could read thousands of books on the subject. Or you could watch countless instructional videos showing you step-by-step how to do everything right. You could spend hours in weight-trainin..

So, you want to know how to swing a golf club. (If you do.) You could read thousands of books on the subject. Or you could watch countless instructional videos showing you step-by-step how to do everything right. You could spend hours in weight-training just to improve swing speed, so that you can truly crush the ball with as much power as you can muster. Or, maybe you just want to know how to swing a golf club the easiest way, without spending a lot of time or money.

If this sounds like you, then you should know that it’s easier than you think to figure out how to swing a golf club the right way. That’s because there are 3 basic fundamentals that you need to master if you want to play great golf. Here they are:

The first thing you should know about how to swing a golf club is the proper golf grip. The grip is what keeps all of your fingers on the club, so it’s crucial that you get a good one. There are lots of different kinds of grips, including interlocking grips, ten finger grips, and overlapping grips. Most professional golfers use interlocking grips, as they allow you to have just a little bit of space between your pinky and middle finger, while still being able to hold the club comfortably. Some ten finger grips, on the other hand, allow you to grip the club closer to your pinky, but with more space between the two fingers.

Another fundamental of how to swing a golf club is your setup. Your setup position is where you stand and the alignment of your shoulders and arms determines how the rest of your body will act in relation to your golf swing. You should always be standing with your back straight, with your left arm at your side, with your left hand placed along your chin, and your right hand underneath your right armpit. Remember that your feet, too, should be planted firmly on the ground, with your heels slightly raised from the ground. Remember to keep your right foot down in the same position as your left foot.

Now that you know what your setup should be, you’re ready to learn how to swing a golf club. In the setup, you should feel like you’re starting the move, then winding up the club, and then swinging the end of it towards your target. Keep your back straight, and your shoulders perpendicular to the target. If you feel like your shoulder is moving out of position or tilting, adjust it so that it feels like it’s lined up properly with your target.

The next part of how to swing a golf club is addressing the ball. To address the ball, you should take a natural golf swing and don’t try to do anything. Let your natural motion carry the ball to your target.

Your next consideration in how to swing a golf club is your posture. Your stance should be straight and level, with your shoulders pointing towards the sky. Your knees should be relaxed, and your hips parallel to the ground. You should be relaxed enough that your feet, your shoulders, and your hands stay in constant movement.

Finally, your arms should remain in constant motion throughout the swinging process. The arms should rotate around the target during the backswing, then while continuing through the halfway backswing, your hands should be high above your left shoulder, and the club itself should be parallel to the ground. At the end of the swing, the arms must remain in constant motion, and the club itself should be at right angle to the line of flight. Once you’ve covered these four basic elements, you’re ready for another question: what club do you want to use? Again, it depends on what you are trying to achieve. For example, if you’re just working on your backswing, using a driver would be better than a long iron, or a short irons wouldn’t be ideal for a downswing if you’re a short hitter.

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