What Should I Do To Perform Top-Level Golf Swings?
Improving your golf swing is something golfers should constantly work to improve. There are different elements that need to be improved overtime such as setup and weight transfer. These elements can make it easier to play the ball and create a top-level swing leading to a great finish. Here are a few points to help you work on developing a great golf swing.
- Hinge wrists to control length of your swing. Few players forget this aspect and the swing ends up being off just a bit. Try practicing this aspect of the swing with and without balls.
- Give the club power it needs through your body by dragging the ball into flight. Your body plays more of a role in generating energy for the shot than some golfers realize. If your posture is good and other elements in place such as feet position, overall stance, and weight shift, you should have a good end result.
- As you swing through the shot your hands should stay low to encourage better ball flight. Keeping your hand movement under control can do wonders for your end result. There are golfers that will swing through with their hands in a higher position, but they don’t need to be as high as you think to maintain control of the swing.
- Have good ball path and swing plane and hit the ball just from the inside. This is another issue some players admit is a problem. If you don’t stay inside when you swing your clubface doesn’t stay in line with the target.
- Keep clubface open a little longer by keeping thumbs up as you swing through. Sometimes the problem is here; players may end up letting their clubface close too early when they make contact making the ball fall short.
- Work on your chipping technique. Chipping can be challenging at times but it helps in establishing ball and swing control. Look for a few chipping drills to try out to help determine what element of your chipping needs work.
- Tweak your setup and posture. Sometimes how you setup behind the ball could be the issue that is a quick fix. Consider how your feet are positioned along with your arms, shoulders and spine. How well is your body in line with your target? These elements also affect how the clubhead stays on the swing path or plane while you swing through.