LESSON 8 Get Fit for Golf +++++ Our very special Feature:
By Eric Jones: The Long Drive Champion of the World.
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This lesson we will focus on getting fit.
1 Getting fit for golf
2 Top tips to improve your game
Print this lesson – read it – learn all the key elements of golf – save shots on you next round.
Life is more fun when you are fit, you look good feel good.
You become more confident in everything you do.
Sports professionals understand the importance of correct training, for their particular sport. Over the last few years there has been a transformation in the way pro-golfers and keen amateur golfers work out, a realization that being fit dramatically improves their game.
There are still those who believe that walking five miles during a round is enough to stay physically fit. Some golfer avoid the gym in the common believe that weightlifting and strength training will tighten the muscles and effect their natural swing. We agree it is true that a tight weak or unresponsive body will prevent you achieving a smooth repeatable swing.
You need the WILL to WIN at any sport; with golf you need the correct mind set, train your mind and body to be in the zone, you always play to win. This should be your motivation to get fit.
So stretch those muscles develop flexibility and strength to drive the ball long a straight. A better body and a better swing go hand in hand, improve your flexibility and you will improve your golf swing.
We are golfer’s not physical training instructors, therefore we would never presume to tell you precisely how you should train.
You golf instructor: Ascharapan is super fit and loves yoga and palates, aerobics and spinning, swimming has a regular fitness routines.
Swimming and running a quick fast 100 meters to increase the heart rate and stretching the leg muscles, light weights and cardio, you need longer muscles it is all about staying in balance making sure that one muscle works in balance with other muscles.
Modern lifestyles create poor posture and weak muscles.
We all know we should avoid drinking, smoking, and fast foods. Eat fresh fruit and plenty of vegetables. Replace the red meat with fish. Six to eight glasses of water a day. You should try for a minim of 8 hours sleep every a night.
So that is the commonsense reminder.
You now need action, you have many options, but make sure you do some thing immediately, go and check out your local gym, see if they do have a training program which is geared especially for golf.
We cannot all afford a personal trainer, special diets but we can be motivated and committed develop a positive mind set, Get fit look better feel great and play the best golf of your life. Complete your round feeling on top of the world.
Many golfers believe in their minds eye that their swing is perfect; eight out of ten it are far from perfect.
Have a friend video your next practice round, you will be surprised. It can tell you many things about your game explain why shots go wrong.
Go through the check list:
Stance, Grip, Posture, Ball position, Tee Height, Pre-shot routine, Level and time of concentration, Take away, Body rotation, Position of club at the top of your swing, How you start your down swing, Swing plane, Swing path just prior to impact, Pulling down with the left arm butt of your club point to the ball Head still eyes on the ball, Point of release (should be below the belt line) , Tempo, Timing, Rhythm, Balance, Rotation of the wrists, Follow through. Did you emulate your favourite golfer? YES — well done. If not time to analyze your swing do not try to change, if you are already a low handicap golfer only fine tune. If you are playing with an average score of ninety plus, then for sure you need to go back to basics and get the mechanics right.
If you are playing with an average score of over ninety, then the chances are you look up on the down swing. Being too keen to see where your shot is going, you begin to look up during the downswing and before the clubface makes contact with the ball.
This moves the body, which misaligns the swing path. The ball could go anywhere.
Golf is a mind game; YOU must have mindset, train yourself not to look up. You will have plenty of time to see where the ball is going AFTER impact.
1. Go through your pre-shot routine, select your target. (Refer to top tips) Attention to detail, do let yourself be rushed or intimidated by others on the tee.
2. If the other players are low handicap players, all you need to do is play to your handicap and your WILL WIN for sure, DO NOT try to play to their handicap, play your own game.
3. Step back take a good look pick out ALL the hazards consider wind direction, know the distance select the correct club for a safe shot on the fairway, or on the green
4. Place your ball on the tee-peg, at the correct height centre of the sweet spot on your club; point the logo on the ball at your target.
5. Take your practice swing, and then re- adjust your stance. Bend forward from the hips until the club rests behind the ball.
6. Relax those are arms NO tension, take one last look at the target, then focus your eyes on the ball, let the mind switch to happy mode, real smooth take away in line with the target, Timing –Rhythm- Balance. Head down eyes fixed on the ball, natural swing. Main objective is timing tempo, relaxed natural swing with light grip. Pull down with the left arm; do not let the strong right arm force the shot.
7. DO NOT swing like a mad axe man,
8. Keep left side firm with left knee bent through impact smooth transfer of weight from right to left, nice easy natural swing hit through the ball, not at it, arms fully extended through impact, and concentrate on a low follow-through. Eyes fixed firmly on the ball. Wait until you see the ball “disappear” before even thinking about looking up.
Once you achieve that natural swing and extend your arms through the shot, this combined with releasing your hands through the ball correctly; your ball will land on target every time.
Yes you will find that we do recap on all the important elements of the game, this is to train your mind so that your golf swing becomes natural, your pre-shot routine second nature, you go through the same routine for every shot.
When you know in your mind you have checked everything, and can visualize the shot, perfect trajectory you see it in your mind’s eye landing on target.
General Tips to improve your game
1. Pre shot routine, course management visualize every shot. Your aim is vitally important. If you cannot send the ball to your selected target then you will always be a high handicap player. Always select the correct club, line up the club-face with the target first, then take your stance with your shoulders parallel to the target line.
2. Always aim away from hazards, water, bunkers, trees and heavy rough. Tee the ball on the side where the problem is. This will help to keep the ball in play and avoid penalties.
3. Bad wrist action equals a bad shot in 90 percent of cases. Keep the left wrist flat in relation to the back of the left forearm and the back of the left hand, and don’t swing the club back farther than shoulder turn.
4. Practise putting, your objective is never three putt. Read the green properly. A ball will generally roll away from a hill and towards a water source. So, keep this in mind and adjust as necessary.
5. The grain of the green is important too as it effects the roll. Shiny grass show the grain running away from you, and dull grass highlights the grain running towards you. Putts with the grain go faster and further. Those against the grain go slower and less far.
6. Your shoulders should follow your swing. They should be passive and not lead. Remember that your shoulder movement will determine the direction that your club, and therefore the ball, will travel.
7. Place the golf ball on the ground and take your stance in such a way that the shadow of your head covers the ball. Make your swing keeping your eyes on the shadow. If the shadow moves off the ball you have lost the proper swing center. If you keep the shadow on the ball, even though it moves a little, you have maintained the correct swing position.
When I watch inexperienced golfers players hit the ball I find that they are usually misaligned to their target. Typically, they aim way too far out to the right. The reason they aim to the right is because the inexperienced player has the tendency to hit the ball with their arms which causes the ball to pull to the left. This means that they are compensating for a flaw in their swing by just aiming their body out to the right instead of fixing the actual flaw.
What this boils down to, is that the inexperienced players’ bad swings make the ball go on target and their perfect swings make the ball end up in the trees, or bunker on the right of the target. So, they are seeing their good shots as bad shots and bad shots as good shots. If this is the case, the inexperienced player will never want to fix their swing flaws. If they do not fix their flaws they will never reach their golfing potential. This is why I call alignment the most important lesson in golf.
Check Your Alignment:
In order to find out if you are a player that has swing flaws, you must check your alignment. To do this, all you have to do is pick out a target and do your normal set up. Once you feel like you are ready, lay a club down at your heels or toes. Then, step back about 10 paces behind the ball to see where you are actually aimed. If the club you placed at your toes or heels is parallel left of your actual target, you have properly aligned yourself. If the club on the ground points to the right of your target you are misaligned.
If you find that you are misaligned, you must learn to square up your stance. To do this, simply find a target in the distance that you want to hit the ball to. Take out 2 golf clubs that you rarely hit say your 3 iron and 4 iron. Take the first club and lay it down directly at the target (you will have to step back a few paces to check this). Place the second club parallel to the first club on the ground. Now, take away the first club that is pointing at the target. You should have one club on the ground that is parallel to the left of your target.
Once you have the club on the ground parallel to your target line you have a guide to help you align your feet, knees, hip’s and shoulders squarely. If you aim your body squarely to the club on the ground and you hit the ball to the left of your target you have just found out that you are pulling the golf ball which means you are trying to hit the ball too hard with only your arms. If you hit the ball to the right of the target from this square alignment you are sliding your body too much laterally through impact which is causing the ball to fly to the right.
Learning that you are misaligned can be quite shocking at first but don’t think of it as a bad thing, think of it as a good thing. It’s a good thing because you now know that you have a swing flaw and you can get on the road to fixing it so that you can play even better golf in the future.
Golf continues to be one of the most popular sports in the world and it seems that almost everyone you know plays the game. But what do you do if you’re a beginner and your golf lessons are not improving your game? The thing that beginner golfers need to remember is that golf is a game of patience and practice that is based on technique.
The saying ‘practice makes you perfect’ in the game of golf you need to practice but make sure it is meaningful practice you must ensure that you are correcting your swing faults NOT developing more faults. The more you practice the correct technique the more success you will have on the golf course. The most important basic that regulates almost the entire game of golf is ‘the swing’. This is to be mastered if you wish for success. Unless you have the swing right, you will most likely fail at the rest of the parts of a golf game.
The first step in learning your swing is getting the grip down to a science. Ask your instructor to show you how to place your hands in the right gripping position. If you don’t do this correctly you will not be set up well to hit the ball. If you pay attention to other golfers, you will notice that everyone moves a bit differently through the swing. The grip is the part that stays uniform.
The grip and swing are obviously important to the outcome of your golf game, and so is the stance. Begin by using the correct stance when you use your driver. In time you will also learn a different stance to go with each club in your golf bag.
When you are practicing you need to make sure that your stance is as wide as your shoulders at all times when using a driver. The only time your stance will be a little shorter is when the drive that you are attempting is a narrow shot of 60 yards or less. One of the important things that you need to concentrate on when you are going to swing is that you have the target and aim correctly aligned. With time and practice you will be able to get a good feel for your golf swing and stance and how to use them together.
Having perfected the swing with the driver, as you move down the list of clubs, the position of the ball is also moved back slightly. When you are using a driver, the requirement is to hit the ball into an upward motion rather than a lower motion.
Your posture plays another important part in perfecting your golf game. The right posture is important in achieving the correct stance. If you fail to distribute your weight correctly you are liable to end up with a weak swing. Remember when you are starting to play golf that if you give yourself the right foundation and practice your technique, then you will enjoy the game and will end up quitting forever in frustration.
When it comes to your weight distribution you’ll need to get a real feel for what you need for your game. When you execute a good golf swing you will find that your body will move back from your rear foot in the back motion while at the same time your front foot will hold the weight on the forward motion.
Each club needs a different pattern and time for the weight shift to take place. This is mastered with practice and time.
Mastering the game of golf takes time and practice. Give yourself lots of time to perfect one part of your game at a time rather than tackling all the techniques at once. You can ask for advice from low handicap players, but not during a serious game.
Let’s take a look at a few things the average golfer probably doesn’t know about and how these things are probably costing you strokes.
Practice makes perfect… Not!
Practice only makes perfect if you are reinforcing proper swing techniques. For most golfers, a practice session consists of ripping through a bucket of balls on their lunch break or on the way home from work. A trip to the range will not help you unless you are going to spend the time to “work” on your swing, and not just reinforce those bad habits you’ve already developed. Use the following suggestions to help you turn that grip it and rip it pit stop at the range into a true practice session.
1. Only bring one club to the range with you at a time.
2. Hit a small bucket of balls and take your time with each swing.
3. Slow down your swing and try to hit the ball straight, not far.
Go ahead, blame your clubs!
There’s a good chance that your clubs could be at fault for all those miss hits, even if they are brand new and cost you over $2000. The problem is, if they don’t fit you and your swing, then even when you make that perfect swing the ball is not going to end up where you wanted it to be. Club length, shaft flex, lie angle, and grip size will each greatly affect your golf game if they are not properly fitted to you. Get custom fitted for clubs and see what the difference is compared to what you have now. You could be losing a lot of strokes because of them.
Get some balls!
But do not get just any golf balls. And that doesn’t mean that you should run out and buy the most expensive ball on the market. You need to get the right kind of ball for your game. Do you need extra distance? How about stopping power? Or soft feel? With so many different types of balls on the market today it makes it difficult to find a ball that suits your game. Here are a few tips on what different caliber golfers should look for in a ball.
1. Beginner – Distance, Durability, $
2. Intermediate – Higher Spin, Softer Feel, $$
3. Advanced – Tour Quality, Distance, Spin, Feel, $$$
There are a lot of little things that go into making a great golfer. Having a great swing helps, but that is the hardest part to get right. The easiest way to cut strokes is to learn about golf club fitting, ball selection, and practice routines and how they can improve your game. You will be surprised by the results.
Golf club selection can be difficult for seasoned players, and even more so for beginners. There are so many variables in this difficult choice different club types, designs, and features, not to mention your own skills, swing and needs. To help you make a choice, or at least narrow the field, the following information on golf clubs is an overview designed to help you make the right golf club selection for you.
Cast Iron Golf Club
With cast iron golf clubs the majority of the weight in the golf club is around the perimeter of the club head. This feature makes the sweet spot larger, which is great for both beginners and those who encounter difficulty making full contact.
Forged Iron Golf Club
The choice of professionals due to design and function, the forged iron golf club has a slightly heavier toe, with the center of the gravity for the golf club at the center of the club head. Forged iron golf clubs are an alternative as your experience and skill increases.
Golf clubs are available in a range of sizes to suit the player, from standard to midsize, and even oversized.
Standard clubs have a smaller head, meaning a smaller sweet spot as well, and are the usual choice for advanced players and professionals.
The beauty of a midsize golf club is the larger sweet spot for better ball contact. The head size is a little larger than the standard golf club, and these clubs are the best choice for players with average skill as they are easy to control.
If you have a hard time hitting the ball straight, oversized golf clubs are for you. They have a huge sweet spot, and some control is sacrificed because of it, but this doesn’t stop this being the choice of many seniors as the huge sweet spot gives you much longer distance!
Golfers around the world are familiar with the term club-head speed. It is the rate at which the golf club is travelling at impact with the golf ball. Golfers are also familiar with the term power.
They know that power is directly related to club-head speed. Knowing the connection between the two, which comes first?
Club-head Speed and Power in the Golf Swing
Take a moment to answer the question; which comes first, club-head speed or power?
Write down your answer and continue reading. Before we answer this question, let us do a quick review of both club-head speed and power.
Again, we understand that club-head speed is the rate at which the club-head is moving at impact with the golf ball. The development of club-head speed is a dependant on your golf swing mechanics. It is essentially a summation of the entire process of the golf swing, beginning with address, moving through the backswing, into transition, onto the downswing, and completing with impact.
The paragraph above should answer the question of which comes first; club-head speed or power. Club-head speed is achieved by the development of power and the mechanics of the golf swing.
The next question we want to ask is about power:
How is Power Developed in the Golf Swing?
Power is a combination of two entities:
1. Golf Swing Mechanics
Your golf swing mechanics is the efficiency at which you perform the golf swing. Essentially, the golf swing can be broken down into the stages. These stages are;
Address, Backswing, Transition, Downswing, Impact, and Follow Through
Each of these stages within the golf swing can be performed efficiently or inefficiently. PGA Tour players tend to perform the mechanics of the golf swing very efficiently; where as the 30 handicapper performs them very inefficiently.
If the mechanics within each stage of the golf swing are efficient. The creation of power and transfer of this power into club-head speed is at a greater percentage.
On the flip side, if each stage is performed inefficiently. The amount of power developed and transferred into club-head speed becomes a low percentage.
The first key in power development and the generation of club-head speed is golf mechanics.
Efficient Golf Swing Mechanics = Greater Power Development and Club-head Speed
Once we understand that efficient golf swing mechanics equals more power and club-head speed. We can turn our attention to the “support structure” of your golf swing.
The body is what drives the golf swing. It is your skeleton, muscles, and nerves performing the mechanics of the golf swing. As a result, your body has a direct affect on how much power you generate in your golf swing.
The mechanics of golf swing requires certain levels of:
Optimal levels within these body categories allow for the possibility of performing the mechanics of the golf swing at their most efficient levels.
For example, a full shoulder in the backswing is necessary for optimal power development. In order to perform a full shoulder turn, you must have a high level of flexibility.
If you are lacking the flexibility to perform a shoulder turn it will affect the amount of power you can generate.
Bottom line the body is the foundation on which the golf swing is developed.
If you have a weak foundation, you will have a weak golf swing.
Efficient Golf Swing Mechanics + A Strong, Flexible, and Powerful Body = Club-head Speed
We now know club-head speed is a product of power development in the golf swing. Power development within your golf swing is contingent upon two entities. The first entity is your golf swing mechanics. Performing the mechanics of the golf swing efficiently produces more power. Secondly, it is the body. Optimal power development requires certain levels of flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power within the body. Put these two entities together and you have the ability to generate high levels of club-head speed within your golf swing.
A core golf workout that produces a power golf swing is one that focuses on rotation. The primary movement in the golf swing is rotating your upper body back, and then rotating it through to the finish. That is why it is critical you implement exercises that involve rotational strength and flexibility
There is a lot of confusion with golfers on what to focus on when trying to improve power in the golf swing. Your power comes from your core. Just like in any other sport, your core is the engine to the swing.
Participating in a core golf workout for more power in your golf swing does not take fancy equipment or for that matter a lot of time. Getting creative with what you have laying around your house or even your office will do just fine.
A good example is at your office. Your sitting in your chair in front of your computer and your back gets stiff. Do not just let it get stiffer, do a rotational stretch right there on the spot in your chair. Reach around the back of your chair with one hand, and leverage the other hand against your thighs to rotate as far as you can. Hold it for 10 seconds and go to the other side.
How simple was that? Try it right now as you’re reading this Lesson That would be considered one exercise for your core golf workout that will improve your power golf swing.
Do this several times a day, and try to rotate farther each time you do it. You will notice you can go much farther the more you do it.
How about a strength exercise for your core?
Get creative. Grab anything you have in your home or office that you can hold in your hands. While sitting or standing, extend your arms straight out in front of you and while looking straight ahead, rotate with your arms as far as you can to the right holding this object. Now rotate to the left. Do this a total of 20 times.
You will notice you will be able to rotate farther and farther after each rotation!
How hard was that? No gym. No fancy equipment. If you’ve got some hand weights gathering dust, that’s even better. Try to increase your weight as time goes on.
Hopefully you’re getting the idea of what a core golf workout is that will improve your power golf swing quickly.
As a golfer, always pay attention to the physical requirements of the golf swing. What position your body is in. What movement your body goes through.
When you approach your golf exercise and golf stretching program with this mindset you are on your way to a power golf swing that will be the envy of your foursome.
When playing golf, there are many rules. You have to show good golf etiquette to be able to fit in with your surroundings and also to be allowed to play at the golf club.
One of the many rules of etiquette on the links is for each golfer to wear the proper golf apparel. This is one of the most important rules on the golf course. Following a strict dress code on the golf course, is something that most golf clubs and courses, even the public ones, require the golfers to do. Probably the most popular rule is the one of requesting that the golfers wear a collared shirt, although many courses also require long pants to be worn – not jeans of course – and proper golf shoes.
The primary rule of etiquette : To arrive in good time be ready for your scheduled tee time. It is important to be considerate of others and for you to not arrive a few minutes before tee off, still wanting to have a few practice swings on the driving range. Give yourself plenty of time, along with practice time, you will also need to find somewhere to park your car, purchase your golf balls, get changed into the correct golf apparel and collect your cart.
Cell-phones are not part of the correct golf apparel and this should be considered before setting off on the course. They should either be left behind in your car or locker or if absolutely necessary and needed for emergencies, should be kept in your bag, turned off.
Be sure that, when you are out on the golf course, you have a good understanding of the rules by which the other golfers want to play. Know, in advance, whether they honour the preceding holes score, for instance, by letting the golfer with the best score tee off on the next hole, or do they let whoever is ready to tee off, go first? It is possible, if you are not careful, you will offend strangers, if you have decided to join their group when you play, by not playing to their rules.
Along with the plaid pants, sweater vests, flat caps and other stereotypical golf apparel, golfers are also best known for their obsession with silence on the golf course. This does, however, make sense when you are concentrating on your shot, everything into your swing to hit a tiny ball with a long narrow stick. Silence is a must!
So, even if you are just playing a round of golf with your friends, make sure to observe the basic rule of keeping quiet during shots and not to stand in the shooters direct line of vision.
Follow the rules, treat others on the course as you would like to be treated and have a great enjoyable game.
A good golfer is a golfer who is happy with their own game and willing to listen to advice from experience. A good temperament is needed to play golf, expect bad days it happens everyone from low handicappers to full professionals. Having a hot head will only cause you more problems.
It can be daunting when starting as there is so much to remember but take time to practice and go to the driving range to help improve teeing off. Looking around the golf course you will see some players and think “Will I ever get to that level”? Remember everybody is different and we are not all made to be professionals, you should go out to do your best and bring in the best possible score and most of all, take home the enjoyment of the day.
How many times have we seen the big hitters hit the ball out of sight, if you are thinking that way starting, think again. You should be thinking of placement and keeping the ball in play. Hitting the ball a long way is one think, keeping it in play and well placed for the next shot is the way to think. The driver can be a difficult club to use of the tee when starting but practice will make it easier. If you are using the oversized drivers like most are remember to tee the ball up higher than normal to avoid knocking the ball down. If you find the 3 or 5 wood easier to hit then hit that until your game improves. On a par 4 or 5 many people hit a low iron from the tee. Whatever you are comfortable with, use.
A good swing:
In golf timing is everything. By swinging faster and harder you will not hit the ball any further, and most possibly will end up hitting a horrible shot anyway. A slow backswing and a good steady hit will make all the difference, rushing in golf gets you nowhere. Keep a steady head and do not raise it too quickly to see where the ball has gone, if you do you may find yourself going hard right if you are using right hand clubs and vice versa if using left handed clubs. Feet position is important; align your feet correctly to avoid an unwanted right to left or left to right shot.
Clubbing from the fairway:
If you find that you are looking from the fairway to the green you need to choose your next club carefully, under clubbing will leave you short and possible in the bunker or water hazard, over clubbing will leave you long and possibly in similar danger. Overtime you will become aware of all the clubs in your bag and the distance you can hit each one comfortably. You find yourself between clubs, meaning the next shot for example is neither an 8 or 9 iron. In a case like this do not hit the 9iron and try to force the shot, hit the 8 and go slightly down the shaft allowing you total control over the shot.
Good Golf Gear and Clubs:
Like in most cases it depends on the budget you have. Golf clubs can range from a couple of hundred dollars to thousands. Are you brand orientated? As a keen golfer myself and off a handicap of four I play most of my golf in Ireland and in the US and from my travels I have seen beginners in both countries spending obscene money starting. We all want the best but the clubs will not do the work for you. You are not going to notice exceptional back spin or side spin starting so start with a sensible budget and build from there. It’s you who needs the practice to improve the overall play. Clubs worth $3,000 dollars will not help you starting any-more than clubs worth $400. If you have extra cash to spend put it into golf shoes or waterproof clothing or spend it on travelling to other golf courses to gain experience.
There is no magic stick here, practice is the only way to improve and by improving you will automatically reduce your handicap either by observation from the golfing committee you belong to or by winning a prize or two. Listen to others and learn, you need to have an open mind playing golf and be willing to try new shots, different stances and even new equipment as time goes by.
You will be amazed at the improvement in your game, then the thrill of golf playing in the low eighties winning cups, and for the elite few that next level could be pro- golfer.
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