Every golfer would like to have a golf training tip to increase their drives by 10, 20, 30 or even 40 yards. But what do you need to focus on to accomplish that?
Have you ever received a golf training tip that didn’t work? I think we all have. That can be very frustrating to say least. But key to implementing a golf training tip that’s effective is to look at your swing.
Do you lack a full, 90 degree shoulder turn on your backswing? Do you breakdown at impact where it really counts? Or do you have a hard time staying in your golf posture through out your swing?
You’ve got to take a deeper look at your swing faults AND physical limitations to determine what golf training tip will be most effective in improving your driving distance.
Don’t just try any golf training tip your golfing buddies tell you. Give it some serious thought before you do one of golf training tips in magazines. There are hundreds golf training tips you can read about, but won’t work for you.
Have you ever heard of “62 point check-list?”
If you haven’t, it means instead of having one golf training tip you think about during your swing, you think of 62 of them. Maybe not that many, but you think of enough to accomplish what they term “paralysis by analysis”.
When this happens, your swing will go south real quick. This happened to Number One ranked golfer in world back in 90’s. His name? Nick Faldo. He became so mechanically he couldn’t even hit a ball. He would enter a tournament and take so many practice swings, and not have one golf training tip on his mind, but many.