Did you ever feel your shaft bend, flex, or kick at impact? There you find the feeling of what the clubhead feels like when released. You can actually feel the flex and kick at the bottom as the face of the club makes contact with the golf ball. It is a great feeling. The easiest way to get there is to grip it lightly and learn what it feels like to, well, release the head through impact. The ball just flies off the face.
Golf Teacher Weight at Impact-http://www.golfteacher.com
Notice the white circles as well as the Yankee logo on my hat: all line up in a straight line over the right foot. This is the easiest position you can find at impact to get your arms and clubs shaft in a straight line at impact. It clears all the left side parts and makes room for a great powerful release of the club head down the target line.
With everything going on in the world and all, golf is the farthest thing from people’s minds; and it is January etc., but look at it this way. the golf season, at least in the cold climate, is just a few months away, and golf is after all is said and done one of the best ways to relax and regenerate your nerve cells, one of the best ways to heal your mind. If you are like me, you need some distraction to get yourself focused on the tasks at hand. Maybee that is why they invented television? Anyway, if you do not golf, why don’t you think about getting started. With the PGA of America sponsored “Golf 2.0″ initiative, I am sure there will be ample cost effective for you opportunities to get into the game. And if you have played and gave it up, gt back in there and get playing. Just about every course in the world has speed up play programs, and I know at my course, Dutch Hollow CC, (www.dutchhollow.com) there are multiple sets of user-friendly tees. Once spring gets closer I know there will be specials for new and lapsed goflers, to get them playing. And if you are a regular golfer, stay in there and stay focused. Keep yourself sharp and seek out “good quality information, swing keys, and swing tips” to get your swing producing more birdies and lower scores. therein lies the satisfaction.