ShareTweetPinSalt was musing at how nearly every high handicapper he met was obsessed with their golf swing speed. They wrongly equated a slow backswing with a slow golf swing. Nothing could be further from the truth. Just them Salt saw a curious gentleman in the distance. Or rather, he heard him. He was pounding drivers … Continue reading "Golf Swing Lesson: A Slow Backswing Doesn’t Hurt Your Golf Swing Speed"
ShareTweetPin Symptom: You want a power golf swing, but end up losing your balance quite often. When you have a balanced golf swing, you lose your power. Why can’t you seem to have both a balanced and a powerful golf swing? Description: Pretend you are about to sit down on a bar stool before the takeaway, … Continue reading "Golf Swing Tip: Learn a Balanced and Powerful Golf Swing By Sitting on the Barstool"
ShareTweetPinIt was getting late. Salt was looking for a golf beginner, someone who would be receptive to a golf beginner tip. Most people at the range were pounding driver after driver, barely even looking where their ball was going before teeing up the next one. They were not golf beginners, so Salt was not interested. … Continue reading "Golf Swing Lesson: A Golf Beginner Needs a Proper Golf Stance"
ShareTweetPinSalt was on the range early that day. He was studying some video tour players and noting their proper golf swing finish. Most of the golfers at his range couldn’t finish their golf swings so gracefully. Many of them routinely lost their balance instead of striking a pretty pose. The day was cool; it had … Continue reading "Golf Swing Lesson: Finish Your Golf Swing With Your Belt Buckle Facing the Target"
ShareTweetPinSymptom: You struggle with your golf alignment. Often you hit straight, solid shots, but they don’t go the direction you intended. The feel and method of proper golf alignment is not ingrained into you, making it hard to perform on the golf course. Overview: At the range, lay a golf alignment stick, or club you are … Continue reading "Golf Swing Tip: Use a Golf Alignment Stick for Proper Golf Alignment"