[headline_tahoma_large_centered color=”#000000″]The Consistent Waggle And Clubface Alignment[/headline_tahoma_large_centered]
One of the worst things a golfer can do when setting up to the golf ball is to remain perfectly still.
You always need to be moving when setting up to the golf ball. And an important part of that is to waggle the golf club, because if your hands get tight then, most likely, so will the rest of your body.
A waggle is generally a small movement of the hands when addressing the ball. The benefits of a waggle are as follows:
1. It helps you to keep moving, which will help your rhythm when swinging.
2. It helps you to stay relaxed – particularly your hands.
3. It helps you to mentally and physically prepare for the upcoming shot.
There’s a million and one different ways you can waggle the golf club, and there is no one ‘right’ way. But I’m going to show you what I call the consistent golf swing waggle. So watch this video to discover how to do that…
To download the PDF of this lesson so you can start to perfect the consistent golf swing waggle and align the clubface consistently square to your target, simply click the link below and put into action the instructions for today’s lesson.