If you want to achieve the correct golf swing, then you came to the right place. Here you are going to learn how to improve your swing, in just 6 steps.
Before I'll start, know that I wrote the steps for driver swing. But do not worry I did not forget about the rest of you. So, without wasting more time, let's begin.
Step 1: Stand behind the ball for better aiming position.
The first step is to stand directly behind the ball while facing the hole. Approaching the shot from behind the ball, instead of from the side, makes it much easier to aim the ball accurately.
Step 2: Stand to the side of the ball.
Now stand to the side of the ball. Make sure the ball lines up with the inside of your front heel, with your feet about shoulder width apart. This allows you to get the hands through, and provides loft. Confused yet? Look at pictures and videos. Do not guess.
Step 3: Free your body.
Before you begin your swing, free your body of tension. Bend your knees slightly, and release all upper body tension. You should feel like your arms are simply dangling in front of you. Your arms will not be doing the work, your legs will.
Step 4: Check your grip.
A good trick to make sure you have the proper grip is to use the logo on your glove. If you can read the writing on your glove, then you know you have the proper grip.
Step 5: Check your stance.
Stand with your feet apart at shoulder's width. A front foot slightly open will allow you to make a full turn easier. To get yourself in to the correct posture, imagine you are sitting on a chair.
Make sure you are not too close or too far from the ball as this can cause mishits. If the butt of the club is about six inches from the belt buckle, then you are at the proper distance.
Step 6: Swing.
The first part of the swing is called the backswing. The backswing begins by taking the club back straight. Many mishits with the driver are from taking the driver back towards the body right away instead of first coming back straight.
Imagine a 12 inch ruler is behind your ball. Try and take the club back along that imaginary ruler before starting your turn. This will keep your body in sync for a complete rotation resulting in consistent drives.
Imply the above steps, and you will swing better in no time. Enjoy your game.