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The #5 Golf Swing Myth – The Baseball Swing Is Messing Me Up!

The Top 5 Myths You Might Be Trying In Your Swing … That’s Probably Making You Even More Inconsistent

Have you been told that you’re an Inconsistent Golfer because you swing the golf club like a baseball swing?
Many Golfers have been told that a baseball swing is messing up their golf swing. Yet, just like many other sports moves … a baseball swing is very similar to a golf swing.
The athletic motion of the body moving through the ball with the club/bat swinging around the body … is almost the same motion whether you’re playing golf or baseball. The same is true with returning a ball in tennis … the way the body moves through the ball is similar to the golf swing.

The golf swing is similar to many other sports moves that you can learn to incorporate into your golf swing to become a more natural Golfer that is much more consistent on the golf course

Watch this video to see more about how you can improve your golf swing … you’ll surely help yourself by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video to see the #5 Golf Swing Myth

Are Your Ready To Make Your Best, Most Consistent Golf Swing

Are Your Ready To Make Your Best Golf Swing?

To be prepared to make your best golf swing goes beyond your grip, swing path and follow-through. Because if you’re not ready … you’re not going to be able to make a consistent golf swing.
  • Will you be able to hold the club in your hands with a loose, but firm grip if your fingers and forearms are squeezing too tight?
  • Will your golf club move on a consistent swing path on your back and forward swing … if your body is not warmed up and stretched correctly?
  • Will you be able to turn your body through to complete your swing to the fullest finish position (a follow-through that your body allows) if your hips, core and shoulders are tight?
The answer to all three questions is — of course not!

Improving your Golf Swing Mechanics is essential to better, more consistent golf … however, we have found that it’s difficult for many Golfers to improve their golf swing mechanics when their hands, arms, hips, shoulders and overall body doesn’t allow for the movements that allow for consistent swing mechanics to happen.

Hip turn and shoulder turn in the golf swing can be improved to help you create a consistent golf swing
If you’d like to continue to improve your ability to perform more consistent golf swing mechanics … you’ll surely help yourself by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video –

Using Your Hips For More Power In Your Golf Swing!!!

Think Of Your Golf Swing As If You’re A Machine!
Having more consistent golf swing mechanics is the difference between struggling as a 20+ handicap versus having the confidence of a 10 handicap. However, these swing mechanics can only be incorporated into your golf swing once your body is ready.

Most Golfers are trying to force the ‘correct’ swing mechanics into a body that might not be physically able (at this point) to allow those swing techniques.

So the Golfer goes on yet another search for more golf swing tips because the previous ones aren’t working. Thus, adding even more swing thoughts on top of all the other golf swing tips that you’ve already tried!

Every machine needs to be properly maintained if it’s going to work effectively and consistently … and your body is the most important machine in your life!

‘Most People Treat Their Car Better Than They Treat Their Body — Though, You Can’t Lease A New Body Every Two Years!’
You can start the process of training your body to allow for proper swing mechanics by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video –

Turning Your Shoulders In Your Golf Swing

Your shoulders play a vital role in every athletic movement. Yet, not understanding it’s role in the golf swing will have you chasing a constant flow of tips in your attempt to hit the golf ball better.

In this week’s GIW, Marc Solomon, PGA Professional and owner of Golf Made Simple, busts another myth in the ‘Over-Taught Golf Swing’

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