Always keep your leading shoulder “down” on the golf ball through impact; this term is referred to as ‘staying strong through impact’. Often times the leading shoulder (left shoulder if right handed) shifts up before impact and this causes the golf club to dig up a cushion of dirt and grass between the golf club face and the golf ball, thereby causing a major loss in golf shot distance.
The symptoms start out as minor inconveniences. Your elbow may feel a little sore or tender. Then suddenly, the muscles in your arm tightens, you find it hard to grip with your hand or move your wrist. You begin to feel pain anytime you extend your wrist, and waking up in the morning is extremely uncomfortable.
Address the ball. Keep your body lean and square on your designated target line. Position your feet in accordance to the club, which you intend to use for the shot. The main idea here is to make sure that the lines corresponding to the tips of your toes, your knees, your hips, and your shoulders should all be in parallel to the target line.
Typically, youth castine golf club sets have a flatter lie angle which provides shorter golfers with a better attack angle and improves launch. Teen golf sets can also be altered to specifically target the individual golfer. Teen sets have the ability to be bent two degrees upright or flatter. A flatter lie angle is more ideal for the up and coming teen golfer while bending the club more upright will provide an extra season or two out of the teenage golf set.
Turn your holiday season on its head with this unique Christmas tree. This strange gift is actually a centuries-old tradition of hanging a Christmas tree upside down from the ceiling. Perfect for tight rooms where a traditional Christmas tree would take up too much floor space. The kids won’t even notice the tree’s upside-down with all that extra space to put presents.
The website description of The First Tee organization gives persuasive and succinct reasons for children to choose the game of golf over other sports.
In a similar way, you can find that your favorite aspects of the game also change. You might feel great about your drives for a long period of time, yet find that your short game is a little shaky. Then you work to improve your short game and lo and behold your long game starts to deteriorate. Frustrating, is it not?
Golf has given us centuries of physical activity, excitement, and it has been and is exciting to watch a game in progress. Within the last 250 years Golf hasn’t changed all that much. For those who play the game, there are all kinds of resources available to improve their game.