Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Rory McIlroy Swing: Watch and Learn the Effortless Golf Swing

Rory McIlroy Swing: Watch and Learn the Effortless Golf Swing

With the help of this YouTube video, you can now learn from it in ways never before possible. The cutting-edge motion-capture technology lays bare three McIlroy moves that can take you from shortknocker to big-bomber in the blink of an eye.

Rory McIlroy Swing

Source: UsoneGolf.com

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

How To Swing Like Bryson DeChambeau?

Bryson Dechambeau Swing

So should you attempt to swing like Bryson DeChambeau? Absolutely - by swinging on plane, having a “flat” left wrist, establishing and maintaining clubhead lag…
Should you attempt to “zero out” the 3rd Power Accumulator Angle and use a Zero Shifting plane like DeChambeau? By all means give it a try - but don’t expect it to revolutionise your game and take 20 strokes off your scorecard!

How to swing like Bryson DeChambeau?

Matthew Wolff Golf Swing Analysis

Matthew Wolff Golf Swing Analysis

While the PGA Tour is far more loaded with look-alike swings than it was even a decade ago, once in a while a truly unusual move will come into view. Latest case in point? The big-bashing, left-foot-raising, way-past-parallel swing of Oklahoma State phenom Matthew Wolff, who just won his first PGA tournament, the 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota, by outlasting fellow rookie Collin Morikawa and veteran Bryson DeChambeau with an eagle on the final hole of TPC Twin Cities.

Matthew Wolff Golf Swing Analysis

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Golf Swing for Beginners: The Fundamentals For a Lifetime of Golf

 Golf Swing for Beginners: The Fundamentals For a Lifetime of Golf

Making the decision to start playing golf either as a pastime or as a profession is wonderful, because it is the GREATEST GAME IN THE WORLD. It is unbelievably challenging and at times frustratingly soul destroying. As a novice or a total beginner, please understand that you are entering into a sport that will change your whole attitude and possibly your lifestyle. I do not say this lightly, but it can be true. It can be most addictive once you start learning the basic requirements of the game. You will want to play more and more. I guarantee it.

The first requirement for golf is learning the correct way to swing a golf club that will give you distance and accuracy.

There are thousands of coaches teaching beginners their interpretation of the correct swing, and more times than not it is wrong. I agree there are certain ways you must grip the club which takes a little getting used to, but if you persevere with it, then it will become second nature to you.

My advice to you, is go with the grip that you feel most comfortable with. You will know the right grip shortly after you take a few swings and begin feeling relaxed as you make contact with the ball.

Finding distance at the start is not important, though I know every golfer loves to see the ball flying down the fairway, and it will come once you have mastered your swing.

It is really important that you understand the fundamentals first, and not look for, the two hundred and fifty plus yards right at the start, like I said above that longer distance from your golf drive will come, you just need the patience to practice the basics first and once you have done that I guarantee you, you will be driving your ball further than any of your opponents by twenty or thirty yards every game.

Now Like I said earlier there are thousands of coaches, Professional and Amateur out there teaching golf swings for beginners and every one dedicated to their way of teaching.

With some of them it is either their way or the highway. They leave no margin for how you feel about their instruction. Do not be taken in with this. It's your money and your game they are playing around with so do not continue if you are not comfortable with the lessons your game could be destroyed before you really get into it because of bad coaching and remember the way to success is practice.

Select the coaching program wisely and you are on the road to playing the greatest game on the planet.

Brooks Koepka withdraws from Tour Championship

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