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Swing Faults

Swing Faults – Are you frustrated with your swing and practice regularly without positive results? Do you try to make a bigger shoulder turn, but no matter how because you take lessons to improve hard you try, you just can’t get into the position your pro shows you? Swing Faults[…]

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10 Reasons To Start A Golf Fitness Program

10 Reasons To Start A Golf Fitness Program – Golf fitness is about making small changes in your life and daily routine to improve your golf game dramatically. Golf fitness is for players of all ages and levels. You can make dramatic changes to your game no matter what shape[…]

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Introduction Of Golf Fitness

Introduction Of Golf Fitness – Twenty years ago, been used in the same sentence, especially when the majority of golfers were beer-bellied guys riding in carts. Many did not the words golf and fitness might have never even view golf as a sport, but rather a game played by nonathletes[…]

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Golf Fitness

Golf Fitness – Play Better, Play Without Pain, Play Longer, and Enjoy the Game More. Karen Palacios-Jansen and the Editors of Golf Fitness Magazine. Foreword by Gary Player. Disclaimer This article is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment. Any reader[…]

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Swing Fault Coming Over The Top

Swing Fault Coming Over The Top. The phrase “coming over the top” is used to describe the movement of the club as it travels through the downswing. It occurs because of the overdominance of the upper body as the downswing is initiated. Swing Fault Coming Over The Top As a[…]

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Swing Fault Lack Of Rotation

Swing Fault Lack Of Rotation. Most golf instructors agree that to achieve maximum power, you need to rotate your shoulders to a 90-degree angle and your hips to a 45-degree angle in relation to the golf ball at address position. Swing Fault Lack Of Rotation Most golfers never achieve a[…]

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Swing Fault Loss Of Spin Angel

Swing Fault Loss Of Spin Angel. Ideally, the amount of spine angle you create at your address position should remain constant throughout your golf swing. If the angle is compromised at any point in the swing, for example, if you raise up as you swing the club back or you[…]

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Reverse Pivot on Swing Fault

Reverse pivot on Swing Fault – The reverse pivot occurs in the backswing when the golfer straightens his or her back leg and shifts their body weight to the front leg and the upper body tilts toward the target instead of away from the target (see figure 2.4 for an[…]

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Poor Posture on the Swing Fault 

Poor Posture on the Swing Fault – The cornerstone of a good golf swing is the establishment of the ideal posture at address position. Ideally, a golfer should strive to attain a neutral alignment of the spine, where the neck, middle back, and lower back align properly without excessive arching or[…]

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