1 Plane Golf Swing Vs. 2 Plane Golf Swing- A rough guide

A rough guide to 1 Plane Golf  Vs. 2 Plane Golf Swing

Today I have another great article by Jeff Richmond that explains the differences between the one plane and two plane golf swings.
Easy Plane Golf Swing
It’s a very detailed and well put together article. Then coming up I have another article for you that explains the swing plane Jeff thinks most golfers should use. As you’ll see, there’s a middle ground.

Having said that, there’s one plane that practically all golfers will use when they start playing golf. Read the article below to find out what that swing plane is…


One
Plane / Two Plane Golf Swing Explained

By
Jeff Richmond, Director of Instruction, ConsistentGolf

In this article, I’m going to explain what a one plane  is, and what a two plane wing is… in simple language… hopefully! 🙂

The differences between a one plane swing and a two plane swing are quite obvious… when you know what to look for. So let’s start this discussion off with a look at the one plane golf swing.

Two of the most famous one plane swingers were Ben Hogan and Moe Norman. Moe Norman is more extreme than Ben Hogan, so we’ll look at him first.

When you see Moe Norman setup it looks very odd. Here is a picture of his setup and I have drawn a line through the shaft, which is going through the middle of his back (that’s important, so keep this in mind as we move through this):

As you’ll notice…
Moe’s hands are very high and his club is set back a foot or so from the ball.

Now the key to a one plane , is to keep the club shaft parallel to the line that is created at setup. Then the goal is to get the club shaft back onto the same plane line that was created at setup once you reach impact. I will show you some images from a video of Moe Norman doing this.

Backswing

Downswing

Impact

Follow-Through

At crucial parts in the swing Moe’s clubshaft is parallel with the shaft line that he started with at setup. Moe has a pretty unusual looking swing though. I don’t know who came up with the term ‘Natural Golf’ but that doesn’t look too natural to me!

So let’s look at the more “normal” setup and swing of golf legend, Ben Hogan.

Setup

Backswing

Downswing

Impact

Follow-Through

So
that’s a look at a couple of famous one plane . There is a measurement
you can use to help determine if a golfer has a one plane or two plane swing.

I’ll give that to you later in this article.

But,before we move onto two plane , I just want to make a very important point about one planes.

As well as Ben Hogan and Moe Norman hit the ball with their one plane swings…
they hit an awful lot of balls (i.e. MILLIONS)! And that leads nicely into
my next point, which may explain why they needed to do that…

Pretty much every golfer who starts playing the game of golf,  with a two plane golf . Jack Nicklaus has a classic two plane golf , so let’s look at his swing plane…

Setup

Backswing

Downswing

Impact

Follow-Through

Now here is an
extreme opposite of Moe Norman. Jim Furyk and his two plane golf .

Setup

Backswing

Downswing

Impact

Follow-Through

Wow…
Jim’s got a lot going on with his swing plane! But he’s a great golfer who
proves you can play great golf with a two plane swing, just like you can with a one plane swing.

My personal opinion, based on the golfers that are great with the one plane swing, is you need to hit a lot of balls for it to work. If you don’t want to be a range rat, then a two plane swing or hybrid  plane is what you should be looking to do. In my next article I’m going to be talking about a hybrid swing lane, because I believe that’s the way to go – and I’ll explain why in my next article.

Before I leave you however, I just want to point out an easy way to measure whether a swing is a one plane swing or a two plane swing. Because at the half way point in the backswing and downswing, a person can have what looks like a one plane swing and yet be a two plane golf swing.


You can measure this yourself (for your own swing) if you have a video and some golf swing video analysis software. What you do is get to the top of the golfer’s swing and measure the angle of the left arm and the angle of the shoulders. If the angle difference is less than
12 degrees then it’s a one plane swing. If it’s more than 12 degrees then
it’s a two plane swing. Here’s some examples of one plane swings:

Ben
Hogan – 2 Degrees Difference

Moe
Norman – 0 Degrees Difference

Zac
Johnson – 7 Degrees Difference

Matt
Kucher – 1 Degree Difference

Ok,
let’s look at the differences between some famous two plane swingers:

Jack
Nicklaus – 28 Degrees Difference

Jim
Furyk – 48 Degrees Difference

David
Toms – 35 Degrees Difference

Fred
Couples – 39 Degrees Difference

So hopefully now you have a clear understanding of the main differences between a one plane swing and a two plane swing. As I’ve already said, I don’t think any extreme version is right.

I would never teach a person to swing like Moe Norman. Equally, I would never teach a person to swing like Jim Furyk.

I like the middle ground and both swing plane theories have their good points that I think can be melded into a great golf swing. So in my next article I’m going to show you a great Major winning golf swing that puts my theory into practice.

Until next time, have a great week. And now you know what to look for if you’re analyzing your own swing plane, to tell whether it’s a two plane or one plane golf swing.


I hope you enjoyed that second article about the swing plane. Look out for the next article, in which Jeff is going to explain the hybrid swing plane he recommends. I will send that your way soon.

 

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PGA Tour Player’s Golf Swing Secret Can Now Be Tested




PGA Tour Player’s Golf Swing Secret Can Now Be Tested

Valley Cottage, the USA “ It has been discovered Golf Swing Secret that there is one big swing difference between PGA Tour players and amateur golfers swings. And Jeff Richmond now has a golf test so that amateur golfers can test to see if they are hitting shots like a PGA Tour player in this one critical aspect or not.
Your Golf Swing Test

According to Jeff Richmond, owner of The Golf game Swing Test “if a golfer fails the golf swing test it can be costing them up to 50 yards in distance, causing them to greatly lack accuracy and stop golfers from having any sort of golfing consistency.” Thats the Golf Swing Secret

This one main golf stroke0 difference was discovered after spending many hours analyzing and comparing the stoke of PGA Tour player’s  swing, and amateur golfers swing. The golf test was then created so that every amateur golfer could quickly find out how their faction goal compares to that of a top professional golfer and Golf Swing Secret.

Golf Swing Secret
“It’s common knowledge that the average golfer has not improved their handicap over the last 30 years ” even with all the improvements in equipment, course maintenance, and golf instruction technology. And after discovering this one golf stoke fault that most amateur golfers suffer from, I believe it’s one of the main reasons why most average golfers don’t improve as much as they’d like.” says Jeff Richmond.

For more information about The Swing Test please contact Jeff Richmond or visit Your Golf Swing Test to see The Swing Test amateur golfers need to take. find the Golf Swing Secret

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The Golf Swing Speed Challenge Review




Golf Swing Speed

 


The Golf Swing Speed Challenge was designed by Alex Gairdner. Alex is a British sports scientist who designed this program to help himself to increase his swing speed. Alex has a lot of letters after his name (i.e. BSc(Hons) Physio, Acup. ACP, BSc(Hons) SpSc) I’m not sure what they all mean, but it appears he has a lot of credentials to design a sports fitness program.

Golf Swing Speed - take the Golf Speed Challenges swing Test - But the thing I like about this is that Alex doesn’t only walk the walk but he talks the talk…in terms of results.

Alex has said that he created this program to help himself swing faster, and then he videoes his swing speed before he started it and found his swing speed was 93.8 mph. Then 56 days after completing the program he retested his swing speed and found that his swing speed was then 114 mph.

As Alex reminds us, for every 1 mph of swing speed increase a golfer gains about 2 – 2.5 yards. Alex has used 2.2 yards to workout that he gained 44.3 yards in distance.

Now that’s impressive distance gains in just 56 days!

After learning about Alex’s personal distance gains I wanted to take this golf swing speed challenge for myself. When I did I found the exercises very easy to do, in terms of what they were. There’s no complicated exercises and you can do them all at home.

To be honest, because I hadn’t worked out in a while I found the exercises a bit tough on my body at first, but as I kept doing them it got easier and easier and I started to feel great. And really, I can’t fault the challenge there… it’s a good way to get me exercising regularly again.

I personally thought it was great how you could do all the exercises at home and you didn’t need to buy expensive equipment.

All the way through the challenge I was checking my swing speed and at first I didn’t notice any improvement, which I think was because my body was adjusting. Then after a couple of weeks I noticed about a 5 mph improvement and then I kept on getting faster and faster until at the end of the program I had a 14 mph improvement. That works out to be 30 yards added to my shots.

Julian Bennett’s (Saudi Arabia) Before Swing Speed

 

Julian’s average swing speed before starting The Golf Swing Speed Challenge was 107.4 mph

This has made golf so much more fun for me. I’m back to hitting par 5’s in two and getting a lot closer to the green on par 4’s. But one of the biggest benefits of going through this program is my swing feels so much easier. Even though I’m swinging faster it feels easier. Also I don’t feel in pain anymore when I’m swinging. And I’m swinging about 80 – 90% on my driver swing so it’s the same as I was swinging before, but it’s so much faster now.

I have done many other things to try to improve my swing speed like yoga, static stretches etc. but none of those things helped increase my swing speed. After doing this the results speak for themselves. So if you want to hit the ball further I can’t recommend this highly enough. To find out more go to Golf Swing Speed Challenge

Overall Opinion: Highly Recommended

Perfect Golf Swing In 15 Minutes




Perfect Golf Swing

It’s probably the most analyzed, dissected and debated movement of any sport.

One person likes Tiger Woods’ swing, another person hates it.

One person likes Sergio Garcia’s swing, another person hates it.

One person likes Ben Hogan’s swing, another person hates it.

So is there ONE perfect golf stroke?

Perfect

Well, it depends on how you define a perfect golf swing , Golf swings come in all shapes and sizes, for each golfer is  could not be more different. Jim Furyk, Adam Scott and Bubba Watson are all major winners who spending hours on the practice range in an attempt to find the perfect one.

If you look at the aesthetics of a golf swing then no, there is no perfect golf swing, because everyone has a different opinion.

So let’s look at this in a different way.

Imagine this if you will…

You go to the PGA Championship driving range, which has arguably the best field in golf. And you go to the practice range to watch the best golfers in the world hit balls.

If you did that you would quickly notice that all of them hit it great.

Perfect Golf SwingYou could have Jim Furyk hitting shots next to Rory McIlroy, and although Rory will no doubt be hitting it further than Jim, you’d notice that Jim hits it straight, far and consistent.

So would you swap your golf swing for Jim Furyk’s?

If you just looked at the swing without seeing the result, most people would not swap their swing. But when you see the result of the swing, any amateur golfer would happily swap their swing with Jim’s.

What I’m saying is that the results matter, not the way the swing looks.

But here’s the problem for the average golfer when it comes to the golf swing.
Perfect
Jim Furyk has hit thousands of balls to groove his unorthodox swing so that he hits the ball long and straight. Equally, so has Rory McIlroy.

There would NOT be a player on the PGA Tour that hasn’t hit thousands of balls. So you could reasonably say, to hit the ball consistently long and straight then you need to hit thousands of balls.

That’s a fact (but there is a shortcut, stay tuned for that).

The amount of balls pro’s hit is common knowledge. And sadly a lot of amateur golfers wrongly think they need to just hit more golf balls too. But they’re wrong. Because if you were to just hit more balls you would not get better, and in fact, you would probably just get worse.

Why?

Because by practising more you would just make your bad habits even more ingrained.

You see, for the pro’s, even though some of them have funny looking swings, they have figured out what it takes for them to return the club to a good impact position time after time.

If you haven’t figured that out yet, then just beating balls is not going to help you.

Instead, if you really want to improve your ball striking you need to change your swing and then practice more (again, I have a shortcut).

To change your swing you need to…..

1. Have a clear idea in your mind as to how you want to swing, and

2. Groove that swing over and over again.

The fact is, if you want to improve your ball striking you need to change your swing so that you get to impact consistently in a great position so the ball goes long and straight,

consistently.

Then you need to groove that new swing over and over again so that out on the golf course you just automatically swing great. So there is a perfect swing for you, you just need to find it. Everybody is an individual and every swing is individual. A perfect swing for someone else will not necessarily be a perfect swing for you. So there’s not ‘one’ perfect swing, but there is a perfect swing for you.

I’m sure this all makes complete sense to you, but there are a couple of big problems.

The first is how are you meant to change your swing so it’s perfect for you? And the second is how are you going to find the time to hit thousands of balls in order to groove that swing into a habit?

Well, I’ve discovered a massive shortcut to both of those problems. And I have put together a new program to teach you how to find the perfect golf stroke for you, and then groove that golf swings over and over again in the minimum amount of time.

Feedback from a student of Perfect Golf Swing

There is nothing out there like this new method of improving your golf swing. It’s a revolutionary breakthrough in golf instruction. So if you want to FINALLY hit the ball longer, straighter and more consistently without the need to hit thousands of balls, go here to find out more.

The Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Mind, Way to Help Your Game




 Unlock the mental game of golf and the Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Mind

The Dilemmas of the Golfer's Mind
“Golf is 90% Mental” – Jack Nicklaus

A whatever level we play golf, our performance on the course is determined by what our mind does, think about it. You can play to your handicap one day, and yet you’re 15 over the next; you can hit the ball consistently on the practice ground, but not out on the course when it most counts in competition; you can use all of the clubs in your bag except, say the 4 -iron; you usually play well around your home course, but for some reason always seem to make a mess of the 14th hole; you have no problem with putts of 10 or 15 feet, but become anxious over a relatively simple 3-footer,  you can chip perfectly well around the green, but always duff the ball when you are faced with a shot over a bunker…(Dilemmas of the Golfer’s psyche)



 “Golf is 90% Mental” Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Mind

Despite the wealth of technical knowledge available to us, and our eagerness to analyse and work on our swing, we still wrestle with the frustration of playing reasonably well one day, but terribly the next. While we might go out and shoot 95 on Saturday morning, on Sunday afternoon we can do no better than 105, even though we are playing on the same course, with the same clubs, under the same weather conditions and with same partners(s).

Whether we like it or not, our performance is determined by our mental state, or The inner Game of Golf, The game is played within the mind- the ‘ Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Mind’. As the great amateur Booby jones implied many years ago, there is a lot to be gained if we can learn to control the workings of our mind when we are out on the golf course, i.e. improve our golfer’s mind – Golf mental skills

Mental

Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Psyche, all good players reach patches in midst of rounds when their game go awry. I’m not talking about te habitual Erratics. I mean consistant, good players who for no apparent reason start marking a string of bogeys.

GolfpsychologyGuy – Dilemmas of the Golfer’s Mind –2017/05/19

 

Putting Game Improvement within 5 Minutes With this Putting program




Putting improvement program

Putting improvement program by Jeff Richmond
Jeff Richmond – Director of Instruction (Consistent Golf School)

It’s (GolfpsychologyGuru) with a simple tip that could transform your putting game for the better. This tip is from Jeff Richmond who is the creator of the 5 Minutes To GREAT putting improvement program , this must learn  that you can get. So I’ll leave you with Jeff…

 

 

Click Here >>Putting Improvement Systems

*Professional Putting Tip*

Today I’m going to give you a simple (yet very powerful)  tips that could help you to save a lot of strokes every time you play.

Putting improvement program that can make you a better putter
Rory McIlroy three-putt at Congressional Country Club.

One putting tip can easily do that. Just look at Rory McIlroy for example… his putting has been very poor of late, and then he makes a small change to his right hand putting grip and wins the Deutsche Bank Championship.

The more I look into putting improvement program the more I think a lot of it relates to self-discipline, and here’s one big tip to help you with this.

Every time you watch golf on T.V. you see a ton of putting by the pros. And there’s one thing they all do that most amateurs and bad putters certainly don’t do.

Next time you watch golf on T.V. notice how at the end of the pros putting strokes they all hold their finish. It might be for a second or some even longer.

Then, the next time you play with your buddies watch their finish, and I bet you won’t see many hold their finish like the pros – UNLESS they are a good putter.

Instead, you’ll see lots of waving the putter after the ball is hit. Like they’re trying to control the ball somehow after it’s been hit.





It seems like a subtle difference but…

Good putter – Holds the finish Bad putter – Doesn’t hold the finish

Now if you’re a bad putter and you start holding the finish are you going to start holing everything?

Probably not.

But I bet you’ll putt better, and here’s why.

Good putters make good, confident strokes and hold their finish. They’re not trying to steer the ball into the hole.

Bad putters make steering type of strokes and keep trying to steer the ball into the hole after they’ve hit it.

At the start of this article, I said that the more I look at putting improvement program the more I think it relates to self-discipline, and that’s especially true with this tip.

Holding your finish OR NOT is a habit.

If you want to improve your putting then make holding your finish a habit. To do this, simply every time you putt hold your follow-through for 3 seconds.

By doing this and making it a habit you’ll “program” yourself to make good strokes without so much concern from trying to get the ball into the hole.

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression that “trying fails”.

And that’s especially true with putting. If you try hard to steer the ball into the hole you’ll often miss. But if you make a good putting stroke and let the outcome take care of itself, you’ll often get better results.

Putting accounts for about 43% of every game of golf you play, and this month I’m going to help you more to improve your putting so you take strokes off your scores. It really is the quickest and easiest place to do that, so stay tuned.

That tip was from Jeff Richmond and if you would like even more help with your putting so it’s like a professional, go here to find out more about Jeff’s great step -by-step Putting Game Improvement program…

Putting

Golf is a Mental Game and not just about swinging a golf club




Golf is a Mental Game

Golf is a Mental Game and not just about swinging a golf club

We hear people talk more and more about the importance of the mind in golf. I tend to be one of the biggest culprits. I m fascinated by dilemmas the game throws up. Why is it that we fear shorts putts? Why do some people freeze when they have to play over water? What drives us to make a mess of a relatively simple shot at a crucial stage in a match? And why is that we are able to hit the ball well on the practice ground, but never play as well as know that we can in competition?

 

These phenomena – and there are many others – cannot be explained in purely physical terms. We spent much of out time learning about the theory of swinging a golf club, and yet we lack the self – control to be able to put that knowledge into practice. The point at which we recognise this is usually the point at which we consider learning about Golf is a Mental Game .




 

As spectators, it is often the mental side of golf that gives us such drama and excitement. The Ryder Cup matches have perhaps proved more than anything else that at the highest level golf and shows that golf is a mental game . Even the world’s greatest players feel the strain. Some crack under the pressure of intense competition, while others seem to thrive on a challenge and shift up a gear when the heat is on. However,  few of us ever perform up to the level of our true potential for more than a brief period of time. We might play the odd good shot, or produce a good round once in a while, but we find it hard to sustain our performance over any given length of time. The game That we play against ourselves is much more difficult than the one which we play against the golf course. We hit great shots some of the time, and it’s these that keep us going when our game won’t come together.

 

I ‘ m not a professional golfer, and  I will attempt to teach you the technical or physical skills that are necessary to play the game. They are covered in more than enough detail elsewhere.  But I will talk about the importance of learning and perform these skills as well as golf is a mental game.

 

Golf Mental Skills That Will Help Improve your Golf Game




Golf Mental Skills

Golf Mental Skills That Will Help Improve your Golf GameAll of us have a golf mental state that affects our performance. The more we can develop our skill at controlling that mental state, the better we will perform al of our other skills.

What Are Golf mental skills?

Golf Mental skills are the internal skills that enable us to perform successfully the technical skills (physical skill) that we have already stored within our subconscious or to learn those new skills that we wish to store in our subconscious. Examples of these mental skills are concentration (our ability to focus or attention), energy control (being ‘pumped up’ or ‘psyched up’), self-confidence(self-belief) and our ability to use our imagination effectively (the ability to visualise).




The degree of skill which we have in each of these specific areas is reflected in our body language and in the words that we use, but most of all, it is reflected in our physical performance.

TIP! You need to find your golf club’s “sweet spot.” This is a point on the club’s blade that propels the ball to where you want it to go every time it makes contact.

We use our mental skills in every area and in every minute of our lives. In whatever we do it is our brain that drives our behaviour, and therefore our brain that is responsible for our performance. Our brain ‘houses’ the mental skills we have; it sorts and interprets the stimuli that we receive through our senses – i.e. what we see, hear and fell – and on the basis of this interpretation, the brain drives what we do physically.

What most people fail to realise is that it is possible to train these inner skills, along with the Golf Mental Skills. In the same way that we can design specific exercises to help us improve our swing technique, we can devise ways of improving our mental skills, and as a result, improve our performance. In fact, it’s sometimes easier to improve our mental skills than our physical skills, as the exercises that are shown later in this blog post can be practised off the golf course as well as on it.

GolfpsychologyGuy – 2017/05/09

Golf Grip – Give the new grip a chance




Golf Grip

The golf grip is the most important facet of the swing. A faulty and uncomfortable grip can start a chain reaction that will send the ball in any direction. It is like launching a missile. If the triggering machinery is imperfect, the missile gets off to a wobbly start. It is likely to miss its mark by miles.

First of all, the grip must feel comfortable.

Golf Grip - Give the new grip a chance
Interlocking grip

The grip is the golfer’s focal point the key to accurate golf. It is the only contact the body has with the club head and the ball, if all is not well with the grip, a message is sent from the “trigger” room to the brain and before the swing is completed, harassments have spread to the arms, knees, and feet.

 

Naturally, if one is changing from the overlapping to the interlocking grip or is moving his hands to see more knuckles or fewer knuckles, the golf grip won’t have that cosy feeling at first. This is understandable. Give the new grip a chance.

 

I check my grip before almost every drive. I do this convince myself that all is well. If the knuckles and fingers are in their right.places, I have the image of a drive that will sail down the middle.

 

Control is another important item in the grip. It can’t be checked by looking at the fingers and knuckles. It has to be done by feel. The golf grip has to hit a happy medium: it can’t be too tight but it must be tight enough.

 

A grip that starts out right can go bad on the backswing when the fingers lose control. That’s firmness is necessary. It’s like teaching your girlfriend to ice skate. You wouldn’t squeeze her hand until it hurt but you would grip it firmly enough to keep her on the right path.





A feeling that the hands are working together is another factor that generates confidence. If the brain is convinced that everything is working in unison, it will carry out a smooth back swing, down swing and follow trough.

 

It would be recommended that the beginner spends a lot of time perfecting his/her grip. A faulty grip leads to hooks and slice that send the entire game into a tailspin, causing an emotional upset that could have been avoided with a little practice in the living room.

 

You hear the words “touch” and “feel” many times, they apply to the significant relationship between the hands and the clubs. Touch means as much to the golfer as it does to the pianist.

 

Few pros have fingernails. They don’t like to shake hands during the day of the tournament play. Often, they use wet towels to make their hands feel fresh. These precautions preserve and even accentuate the sensitivity in hands which make contact with the clubs that guide the ball to birdie territory or boggy land.

 

The friendly feeling generated between the hands and the clubs is the most important faculty in golf. If all is not well at this basic point, the rhythm of the swing can disrupt and balance upset.

 

Most professionals and amateurs use the overlapping grip popularised by Harry Vardon. The little finger of the right-hand overlaps the index finger of the left hand. Jack Nicklaus got great mileage out the interlocking grip.

 

Another method is the baseball grip which has ten fingers on the club with no overlapping or interlocking. Art Wall and Bob Rosburg have made god use of the baseball grip.

We must emphasise the point the type of grip depends on the size of the hands and the swing characteristics of the individual, let me mention that pros frequently change their grips. It is the first item checked when the thing goes wrong. In fact, a standard joke among pro golfers is, “ I like that grip better than the one you used last week.”

 

One thing is important in the grip, whether you use the overlapping or the interlocking. Don’t grip the clubs too tightly. This will increase tension.

 

Grip firmly but if you fell strain on your arms you are over doing it.

 

And on further word about alignment: the back of the left hand and the palm of the right hand must always face the target.

Psychology of golf Along with Mental golf training will help any golfer


Mental golf training – Psychology of golf

Control Your Emotions

Golf leads itself to self-criticism. In some extreme cases this criticism becomes temper tantrum and display of emotion unbecoming to a gentleman, that is where the Psychology of golf comes in read on.

 

We are our own most severe critics, especially when it comes down to a situation like nudging a little white ball two feet into a hole. Golf is unlike other sports. The opponent never touches the ball. There is only one person to blame, unless the irate golfer wants to challenge the work of the greenkeeper or the man in the foursome ahead who didn’t repair the damage his approach made to the green. We need to unstand Psychology of golf

TIP! Before you invest in a new set of clubs, ask your course’s resident golf pro what they recommend. Golf professionals have the knowledge and experience to help you choose clubs that suit you.

Pros and amateurs alike a tendency to let one bad shot lead to another. Control of ones emations, can make good golfer better, take Arnold palmer what made him one of the best was that he could shrug off a mistake and move onto the next shot.

All golfers should plan their strategy and they should not let one bad shot disrupt it. A bad shot instills fear, and the better the golfer is able to erase the memory of it, the more his rounds will improve.

Play The Shot, Not The Event

TIP! Your body itself can serve as a golf trainer. It is important not to rely on just the arms, but instead to utilize both the upper and lower body together as a solid unit.

One of the main things, when talking about Psychology of golf is this, many golfers think too far ahead in amateur tournament golf. They play the event instead of the shot. Premature vision of grandeur often prove to be their undoing.

psychology of golf

 

Even you are playing weekend foursome, the most important shot is the next one. Do not worry about shining the trophy until you are in the clubhouse.

We have all been here , the player who baits their opponents into making mistake. Yes it is difficult , but remember your next shot. Most golfers are too smart nowdays to be duped by this type of strategy. Some will make the mistake, though, of playing the event. For the tournament player who dose not concentrate properly on the immediate task, it will take a few more shots than par.

TIP! You must learn a correct grip as soon as you begin playing golf. Many people mistakenly believe they should grip the club extra-tight to hit the ball further.

Choose Your Partner !

Choose Your Partner
Choose Your Partner

Fellowship can mean much to the amateur golfer. That’s why the same foursomes play together for years ad is good part of Psychology of golf .

Nothing can shake your poise quicker than an opponent who toses irritating barbs for 18 holes, like “you’d better straighten up that hook on this hole or you will be in trouble.” Or, “ Run it out,jim”, after you have hit a weak drive, the inference being that you have purposely bunted.

TIP! If you are staring down a really long putt, then you should concentrate your focus on what speed you hit your ball with. Choose an intermediate target rather than the hole.

A good advice is to postpone play if you can not find suitable companions. It reminders me of a wonderful fellow who changed completely when he walked on the golf course. He was congenial but when he putted he was hard to get along with. He did not want you to stand in front of him, behind him or to the sid. Lat I heard, he was still having trouble getting a foursome because he could not find anyone who would disappear when he was on the green.

On the amateur level, the point can not be made too strongly: do not play with somebody if he bugs you. Golf life is too short to come into the clubhouse carrying frustration that you did not have when you teed off.

Imitate The Right People

TIP! If you can, golf with good players and study their technique. There are various ways to benefit from a pro golfer.

Golfers come in all shape, sizes and weights. They execute good,bad and indifferent shots with swing and stances that vary greatly in charcter. For that reason, it might be costly to try to imitate your partners or one of the opponets in your foursome unless it is to learn which way a putt breaks or something equally as elementary.

I have seen players who would hit a seven iron extra hard in order to tout their opponents into using a club less than the hole demanded, thus causing them to hit the trap protecting the green Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery in other place but on the golf course it can be treacherous.

When playing, I do not like to watch my playing partner hit unless I have a similar shot’

TIP! To keep your energy up on the golf course, you should bring a snack with you. Foods high in protein, like nuts and seeds, are the perfect golfing companion.

In this connection, I might add that it’s not wise to imitate everything you see the pros do on television. Most of them are experienced and can make a ball do strange things with a turn of the hand or twist of the body that you might not detect. Perhaps it s best to get a mental picture of the pros’ rhythm and swing and use this as a basis for your own game

GolfpsychologyGuy – 2017/04/22