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Swing Scribe

Designed to help golfers keep accurate records of their swing thoughts in a convenient notebook.

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The standard grips are the 10-finger, overlap, and interlock putting grips. You have to find one that works best for you. The 10-finger and the interlock are considered the most common for beginners, but they are not the only ones you can use.

Go to the range, use a 9 iron, and try all three grips, to see which gives you the most control of the clubface.
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Practicing with unsuitable golf clubs can slow down your golf swing progression even with the right golf lessons. Here’s how:

Most of the time, you’ll be practicing alone at the range. With clubs that don’t fit you, it’s hard to effectively execute what you learned, especially when your coach is not beside you. Everything will just feel clunky and uncomfortable and you’ll start changing your swing unknowingly.

Of course, we don’t want this to happen, that’s why if you can also invest in decent clubs besides just your lessons, that’ll be great. They don’t need to be the best clubs for you just yet, but at least they should be beginner-friendly.
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A great golf stance pre-sets your body to move and strike the golf ball the way you want to. A great golf stance saves a lot of in-swing adjustments, making you more consistent. If you struggle with consistently striking your irons or driver, your set-up is the first place to start.

When thinking about the perfect golf stance it is often handy to think of the golf swing as a baseball swing that is tilted over at 45 degrees towards the ground. A lot of the mechanics transfer well – we just need to change your set-up angles.

Many golfers struggle to consistently strike the middle of the golf club – this is commonly caused by a poor set-up. A great golf stance places your body in an athletic and balanced position. From here you can freely rotate and maintain your balance throughout the golf swing.

Set up in a balanced, athletic posture, with the ball positioned in the middle of the club face. From here, all you need to do is maintain your balance until the end of your golf swing, to ensure you hit the middle of the club face more often.

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How often have you stood over a golf ball and just tried to hit it straight?

Hitting it straight is a good goal, but ultimately without a target, you are making things really difficult on yourself.

All golf shots need a specific target.

The “green” or the “fairway” is not specific enough. It leaves too much room for error, making it hard for you to pull off the shot.

Try to narrow your target down to a specific spot or a line that you can go after.

For instance, if I’m hitting a driver, I will pick a spot along a line of something down the fairway.

If there is a house on the golf course, I may aim my ball at the line of this house or a specific tree or bush that would put me in a good spot.

I don’t aim for the center of the fairway.

When approaching the green, the same thing can be said. I pick a spot somewhere on the green, not just the flag, where I want to hit my shot. Right before I take the shot, I look at the target again and make sure I’m dialed into this specific spot. This is a quick golf swing tip, and it should help your game almost immediately.

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Photos from Swing Scribe's post 08/15/2023

Follow these 4 do’s and don’ts for generating power in your swing.

DO: Most golfers have poor or no hip turn. A real hip turn is the positioning of the top of your legs. Using a tour stick through your belt hoops ideally illustrates what we’re looking to achieve; the left end(right-handers) should move toward the ball.

DON’T: As you can see, restricted proper leg movement means there’s barely any hip turn whatsoever; the left end of the tour stick has slightly moved. That will restrict our backswing coil and your ability to create power.
#2: Body/Rib Turn

DO: A lot of people cheat a backswing by lifting the club to the top primarily using their arms, but in this drill, the foam roll gets Joe to move his body as well as his arms. If you don’t rotate the ribcage more, you run the risk of a serious power leak.

DON’T: Most golfers don’t turn their rib cage enough and cheat by just moving their arms. But you’ve got to have the right blend of arms and body and the rolling foam is the perfect prop to ensure this is achieved.
#3: Loading The Power

DO: Our trail shoulder is a key power source, but it needs to be “loaded” during the backswing. Train this by gripping the head of the club and allowing the shaft to run up the back of your trail arm. Make sure the shaft is in contact with your arm. Swing your hand back, keeping the shaft and sleeve connected. This helps you rotate and load the trail shoulder correctly.

DON’T: Watch for the shaft coming away from the arm. It’s a sign your trail elbow is flaring rather than tucking, and the shoulder can’t load.
#4: Later Club Release

DO: From that last drill, grip the handle with your gloved hand. Allow it to pull the club forward, feeling how this pulls your elbow towards your ribs at the same pace. This preserves those powerful angles and helps you time a powerful impact.

DON’T: So many club golfers lose power because their hands move quicker than their trail elbow. When this happens the club comes away from its ideal attack path.

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If you slice, it’s probably because you’re not closing the clubface fast enough through the hitting zone. To improve your ability to deliver a square clubface (relative to your path), make practice swings with your hands split apart on the grip.

Hold the club in its normal position with your gloved hand, then slide your lower hand down to where the grip meets the shaft (photo, left). Separating your hands like this makes it easier to square the face through impact and keep the handle pointing at your belly button as the clubhead slings out toward the ball. Make sure to brush the grass aggressively.

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to hit your hybrid farther and have maximum ball control with each shot? If you’re like us, we are all in. We asked PXG Troop and Teaching Professional Edgar Evans to share valuable tips on increasing the compression of the club face to the ball while creating maximum distance with your hybrid.
Learn more about Hybrid Swing Tips from the link below.

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One of the biggest aspects of your setup is alignment with your target.

A big mistake that so many players make is that they don't aim square at the target. This is how bad habits get created - for example - if you're aimed right, your body will realize it and make an effort to pull it back left. Conversely, if you're aiming left, your mind will make adjustments to get it back to the intended target.

Because even if you aren't consciously aware of your alignment, your subconscious mind is fully aware. Therefore, it makes adjustments in your swing to compensate for poor alignment. Over time, this can lead to all kinds of bad habits that are hard to break.

Before trying to change your swing, check your aim first. The more square you are to the target, the more likely you will hit a better golf shot.

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Players tend to move either laterally (side to side) or vertically (away or toward the golf ball) as they swing the club. This additional movement in the swing creates imbalance, and inconsistency, and slows down your club head speed.
I like using a spine board by Ted Sheftic (you can also use a chair, golf bag, or wall) to help feel what your lower body should be doing in the golf swing.

Get into your good setup, with your rear touching the spine board, as done in the image.

As you start your turn back, your right hip should turn back as your weight transfers to your right foot, pushing into the ground. This coil created by your turn generates a rubber band effect, helping you to mirror the move through the ball.

Your left hip turns through as your weight transfers to your left leg for full follow-through.
Keeping your rear on the spine board while you turn helps to maintain your spine angle throughout your swing, as well as lateral movement off the ball.

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Have you heard the idea that you are just a beginner, so equipment doesn’t matter? This is not true. Ensure the equipment you use is properly suited to your clubhead speed and physical features and characteristics.

This doesn’t mean you need to break the bank, but there is a difference when using equipment that suits your game.

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When it comes to the golf swing most focus on grip, posture, stance, takeaway, and wrist action... but what about the eyes?

Honestly, eyes are not discussed very much. In fact, after watching golf on TV for decades I hardly ever remember an announcer talking about this subject. Justin Leonard is one of the few to talk about this subject in the 2022 US Open.

Other than a player getting LASIK surgery to help read greens better, eye dominance is almost a hidden part of the golf swing. But understanding the role of your dominant and non-.
dominant eye can impact how you set up to the golf ball and what type of adjustments you might need to make.

So, are most golfers dominant with the same hand? Or not?

According to Shanborn Eye Specialist, "Sixty-five percent of people have a dominant eye that is the same as their dominant hand. That is, if they're right-handed, their dominant eye .
is their right eye (or left eye if they're left-handed).

Eighteen percent of people are cross-dominant, with their dominant eye different from their dominant hand. Interestingly, 17 percent of people have no identifiable dominant eye."
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Golf is a remarkable game of strategy and skill. Yet, many people ask: is golf an easy sport to learn? While the answer to this question may vary depending on individual aptitudes, the beauty of golf lies in its inherent challenge and the continual journey of improvement. With the right guidance, practice, and patience, anyone can learn and enjoy this timeless sport.

So, how do you teach a first-time golfer?
As a starting point, it's essential to familiarize beginners with the basics, including understanding the golf course, the club types, and the standard rules of play. Let's break this down.
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