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Todays tip will be about tempo. I’ve always felt that if the mechanics of one’s golf swing are fairly sound other then that the occasional tune up from your …
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excellent tip. mine would be to turn your shoulders on the correct plane.
very good tip thanks
Hi! I don’t need distance, I need work on my tempo and distance control. I drive 300+ fairly regularly, and hit my 3 iron 220+, my 9 iron 145…and just bought new clubs that i don’t hit as far as my old ones with more control. Not everyone needs distance, although I admit my problem is probably rare.
he didn’t say he’s never met someone that “needs” more distance. He’s never met somebody that doesn’t “want” more distance. Huge difference.
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it’s true you’re half nuts? *smile* ty for tips
i dont want to hit it farther.. just straighter
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This looks like really good advice to help us improve the tempo of our golf swing. Let’s try it.
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PGAT- Posture, Grip, Alignment and Tempo. Keys to a good swing and outcome.
Thanks a lot for your help. Another help for improving your tempo is listening to music which is in 4/4 measure. Try to feel one beat for the first three beats and one for the last. Move in free continuous manner and try to feel weight and space. That makes fun and improves your rhythm.
When I swing slower I hit it farther.
im just tired of wiffing my swings i dont know whats causing it but its annoying
because you let the club lag more and get your hips get through nice without throwing your shoulders at it
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thanks nice video. can you show what is a bad tempo swing – how it looks like vs good tempo swing – that would instil the idea better in peoples’ minds.
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