Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Tip of the Day!

When you're having a off-day, follow these checkpoints:Club Selection -- Resign yourself to the fact that you are not going to hit it solid today and use more club. Alignment -- If you're slicing the ball 20 yards, start aiming 20 yards to the left. Adjust for your fault during play and correct it AFTER the round. Swing Speed -- When we are playing poorly, we tend to get quick. Swing at 50-percent speed until contact and direction improve. Shorten backswing and foillowthrough -- If you're hitting fat shots and hooks, shortening the swing helps the timing of the arms and body. Keep the 3/4 swing until your ball flight has improved.

by Bill Moretti - Academy of Golf Dynamics


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