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Improve How You Get Through The Ball Without A Club

There are three ways to improve how you get through the ball without a golf club:
  • You can buy new equipment
  • You can take lessons and practice
  • Improve the machine (you) which allows #1 & #2 to create better consistency and power

Your golf clubs are only as good as you allow them to be. They don’t swing themselves! The person holding the club determines how well the club hits the golf ball.

Lessons and practice can help you to improve … however, if your body hinders you from swinging through the golf ball easily … are you going to be able to use all the new, good information you learned with lessons and practice?

Use the winter off-season to improve what you’re able to do with your golf swing. Many bad swing mechanics can be attributed to not having a feel, or ability to get through the golf ball with the least amount of resistance from your body!

Is it solely a lack of golf swing knowledge that’s holding you back? Or is it a combination of swing mechanics, combined with not allowing your body to flow more naturally?

This week’s video will show you how to get through the golf ball without having to swing a club or hit golf balls!

‘You Can Practice Distance & Accuracy At The Same Time Using This Drill!’

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Finding the perfect combination of distance and accuracy should be at the top of the list for any Golfer that wants to have fun playing golf. Because when you do find your swing … you hit your best, most satisfying golf shots.

Though, most Golfers we meet are working on their golf swing with the “Either Or” Approach. Meaning they’re either working on distance or accuracy … however, they aren’t doing the things necessary to work on both at the same time.

Many Golfers that work on fixing their slice … end up losing a lot of the distance they used to have. So working on Distance & Accuracy together is ‘muy importante!’ … if you truly want to become more consistent.

This week’s video should help you to better understand how you can practice both without overthinking!

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