How To Simplify Your Golf Swing

Simpler is better, right?

Yet whenever I play with amateur golfers, I so often see them making unnecessary moves in their golf swing.

For example, the take-away should be the easiest move in golf because everything moves from the movement of the shoulders.

But so often, however, I see golfers use their hands to start the swing.  I see golfers swaying way off the ball to start their swing.  I see golfers roll their forearms over to start their swing.

I see a lot of things that should never happen, and these things make it so hard to hit consistently good golf shots.

How can you, then, simplify your swing?

Well, I believe you should start with your grip, by getting a formed grip product and practicing forming the perfect grip over and over again. With enough repetitions you will have a perfect grip and you can rule that out as far as any ball striking problems are concerned.

Then you move onto grooving a consistent ball position. Make a good ball position a habit, so you just setup naturally with the ball in a great position to hit a good shot.

Then move onto alignment, etc…

You can figure all of this out for yourself.  I did it, and so can you.  Naturally it’s going to take you a lot of time and trial and effort to figure it out, but it is doable.

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Jeff Richmond