PurePoint Golf Tips for Posture and How to Improve Your Golf Game with Driver Posture

PurePoint Golf Tips for Posture and How to Improve Your Golf Game with Driver Posture

When you go out and play golf, do you consistently hit the ball fat? How many times do you hit the ball thin?

I believe it has a lot to do with your posture. There have been a lot of golf tips written on posture, but let me give it to you real quick, real simple, and I guarantee these golf tips will help you the next time you're out.

If you tend to hit the ball fat and hit the ground behind the ball, there is a chance you might be bent over a little too much. If I try to hit the golf ball while you’re bent over too much, you will run into the ground, way behind it.

Here are a few golf tips to help you. Instead, at address, simply lift your chin up a little bit, and that will help you swing the golf club back into the golf ball where you’ll hit the ball first and then the ground.

If you tend to hit a lot of thins and tops, there’s a chance you might be standing a little too tall. When you come back into the back of the ball, you constantly run over the top of it, or you hit it thin and you blade it.

Take these golf tips with you the next time you go play. Also, feel that your knees are slightly flexed, and from the two bones on each side of your hips, just bend over a little bit.

I guarantee you that these golf tips will help you stop from hitting the ground behind it or topping it, whatever the mistake is that you make.

Now I’m going to explain something to you that I think will help you improve your golf game, especially if you're trying to become more consistent driving the golf ball.

I’m 5’ 7”, maybe 5’ 8” tall. And when I address the golf ball, because I have bent my knees slightly and have bent forward, I would then say I was probably 5 feet tall, maybe 5’1” or 5’2”. But you get the idea.

After I have slightly bent my knees and I have bent from the waist forward, I’m now 5 feet off the ground.

I’m 5 feet tall, and as the club starts back, I’m still 5 feet tall. As the club starts back even further, and continues back, I’m 5 feet tall.

Now, as my right shoulder turns and I start to move some weight over to the right side, I am still 5 feet tall. At the top of the backswing I’m 5 feet tall. And now I start my arms and hands down, as my right elbow starts to straighten up, I’m still 5 feet tall.

Now I’m getting closer to impact, but I’m still 5 feet tall. And then I’m at impact and I’m 5 feet tall. The speed of my arms and hands and the golf club on the end of it is now going to start to pull me around a little bit.

And then and only then do I start to come out of my posture a little bit and I get back to where I’m 5’ 8”.

After the address and I’m all ready to swing, I’m going to maintain my height until the golf club pulls me around.

Try that the next time out and I guarantee you this will help improve your golf game.

By David Nevogt

David Nevogt writes golf instruction material that helps golfers of all levels reach their full potential and lower their scores. David is the author of "The Simple Golf Swing" which guarantees to have you shooting 7 strokes lower in only 1 week from today. You can find more of his golf instruction by going to http://www.golfswingguru.com

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