Video: (Golf Swing) The worst golf drills ever?

THE WORST GOLF DRILLS EVER, Mark Crossfield talks about golf tips and how they are delivered for golfers to actually improve. Simple ideas delivered for all golfers looking to hit better golf shots. Let me Mark know what your favourite drill is that has helped your golf swing.

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Fast-paced sports definitely have their following in the world, but some people enjoy a more measured, calmer type of game. When you want to get away from life’s everyday hustle and bustle, you may turn to the golf course. Here are some tips you can use to improve your overall game.

  • A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to make sure you understand which area you should tee off from. There are different color coded tees depending on your skill set and choosing the wrong one may lead to either personal embarrassment or an unexpected difficulty on the course.
  • A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to be sure that you are using your full body when you are trying to add more power to your shot. This is important because if you try to use arm or wrist strength, you will throw off the accuracy of your shot.
  • Remember that your grip on your golf club has a simple, direct impact on the way your ball flies. A grip that is too tight sends your ball off-course to the right. If your grip is too loose, expect to see your ball heading left. Fine-tune your grip pressure to get exactly the results you desire.
  • Adopt a proper position over the golf ball. Stand approximately 20 to 24 inches away from the ball. Make sure that your shoulder is facing the target. Ensure that your left foot is directly underneath your left shoulder. Remember to flex your knees, as this will help you to shift your weight with ease.

Golf Swing

  • Remember to twist your body to get a great golf swing. If you hit the ball straight on, without twisting your body, you will never get the force behind the ball that you need. A proper twist will help your ball to go further, and your swing to be more accurate too.
  • If you’re just taking up the game of golf, invest in some professional lessons. Developing an accurate golf swing is extremely difficult to do on your own. A professional can tell you exactly what you’re doing wrong and what you’re doing right. Once you develop a golf swing, it’s hard to make changes. By taking lessons from a professional, you’ll get it right the first time.
  • If you try to be on-plane at the top of your golf swing, you will be able to guarantee a solid ball strike as well as have much greater accuracy. Place your forearm so that it is parallel to you spine. Also make sure to rotate your shoulders into the back swing.
  • You can test the effectiveness of your golf swing by wiggling your toes a bit. If you can move your feet freely, then you are most likely leaning too far away from the golf ball. You want to lean toward the ball just enough to allow some wiggle, but not excessively free foot movement.

When done correctly, golf can be a pleasurable experience to play and to watch. When done incorrectly though, it’s a hazard just to stand out on the course. You might be tattooed by a runaway white ball. If you use these tips, you can rest assured that you won’t put a speed-knot on someone’s forehead with a stray! Employ these tips and improve.


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  1. Best tips I ever got were get fitted and get lessons. Best drills I ever got for me were from a retired South African pro. Once he got my face-to-path under control the drills were placing a coin on the ground. Club face behind the coin (as if it were a ball) take a full swing and ground the club after the coin without hitting it. It really helped my striking (I think) and the feeling of coming through the ball. The other drill was him standing on an angle and holding something (golf club) close to my back shoulder, but from a front angle. I would take a full swing and could not touch the club at all. It kept my hands and club path on the right track. After doing these with him my game really improved and I could work the ball and deliver a clean face-to-path.

  2. I hate those golf videos which just talk pro speak for an hour and never take a shot.
    Mark I love you course vlogs I seem to learn me more watching good golfers play

  3. Best tip was watching an early lesson of yours. you had bloke hitting the driver high and to the left. He was a slicer / over the top – the same as me (back then). You had him just hit the ball to the left completely forgetting the right (slice). I was out at the golf course in the evenings for three weeks working on hitting the ball left. Worked across the board and no more left in years since then. Still have the same thoughts on OOB on right side tee boxes. Just need a good tip for chipping!

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