April 18, 2014

Perfect Your Golf Swing: Stay Balanced During Your Golf Swing

If you want to perfect your golf swing you must stay balanced during your golf swing.

The reason why you must stay balanced during your golf swing if you want to perfect your golf swing is that to do otherwise will change the pre-swing alignment and path of your club face.

In turn,  the impact position of your club face will not replicate its address position and a different ball flight will occur from the one you desired.

There are several disciplines that should be addressed in terms of remaining balanced during the golf swing.

One such discipline is to keep your body weight balanced between the balls and heels of your feet.

A recent article spoke to this proposition:

“The ideal stance is to have your weight equally balanced. It is important to stay relaxed over the golf ball as any tension will affect the quality of your golf swing so make sure to follow this important golf tip. You want to bend at the hips when addressing the golf balls and have a slight flex in the knees also. In addition keeping the spine erect and not rounded is important.” Read more…http://www.golfswingtips4u.com/.

As noted in the article, it also is important to bend from the hips instead of from the waist when addressing the ball. If not, it will make it much more difficult to rotate the hips freely during the swing and perhaps cause you to sway off balance.

You simply must not allow your hips to sway laterally during your swing, either to the left or to the right.

One way to prevent your hips from swaying to the right or left during your swing is to keep your left heel firmly planted during your swing,

Another way is to maintain eye contact with the ball from the beginning of the swing through impact with the ball.

Comply with these disciplines and you will perfect your golf swing.

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