Beat Your Friends At Golf With These Tips

99244879Countless business deals have taken place over a round of golf. Whether you seek to be at ease on the course when you’re playing with your boss, or just want to play for your own pleasure, this article will provide you with the tips to help you do just that!

Golf is a game that is all about focus and patience. In order to get the low score you are looking for, you will need to block out those around you, focus on where you are on the course and the conditions you face. When it comes to setting up your shot, you need to use patience to take your time and get it right the first time.

As you drive, shoulder position and arm motion will prove critical to increasing distance and straightening out your drive. It is advisable to keep your shoulders square. In addition, as you swing, pull with both arms in order to flatten your club’s downward arc. These motions allow you to bring the most momentum on the ball.

A great way to putting some power behind your shot is to keep your body behind the ball before impact. Make sure your right foot is anchored all the way through, premature lifting of the right foot will take a lot of power out of your shot. You will not get as much distance either.

When you are shooting downhill out of a sand trap steady your hand and keep more weight on your left foot. Open the club face, play the ball back, use a steep back swing and full wrist hinge. This will help you get out of the sand trap that you are in!

Hopefully, the tips provided above will help you impress your colleagues and close that next deal! Or, perhaps you just wanted to make the most of your beautiful day on the golf course for pleasure. Remember to apply the advice and enjoy your game!

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