I mentioned many times that I am a student of the game. This wonderful journey of gaining knowledge has provided many positives. The more I learn, the more I realize that I my journey started way to late. I guess that as I matured, I realized that understanding more about my golf passion was the key to better golf. It seems that every day I find something that could have helped my game if I hand only knew. Well, lucky for you I love to share what I find and this particular video will be a foundation builder that all beginners should know.
I stumbled across this video that offers five golf tips that are something that I have developed, but at a real slow pace. The tip that I work on the most is ‘hinge at the hips’; more to follow after the video.
In my early years (and sometimes now) I had a tendency to pull my left hip back too fast and I would pull the ball. This inturn would caused my club to create a path that was outside – in. It was very frustrating because I could not figure out what I was doing wrong because I had no knowledge base from which to draw. Fortunately, I have fixed that deficiency in my golf game and I like the way my journey is heading.
If you are just starting your golf journey or want to understand areas where you might improve, I recommend that you take the above video serious and explore the tips provided.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!