The Grip

  • To play good golf you need a good grip
  • The grip is the only link between you and the club
  • The grip is the only control on the clubface and the clubface mainly controls the direction of your shots
  • A neutral grip is a key factor for a square clubface at the top of your swing
  • Our goal is to have a neutral grip must be totally see two knuckles of the left hand front view
  • For a more stable grip, the club passes diagonally across the palm of your left hand
  • The left thumb will be placed right in the center of the grip (yellow line)
  • In a good grip, the thumb of his left hand will always be covered by the right hand
  • The club goes diagonally across the left hand from the base of the left index finger
  • Your right hand should always hide your left thumb
  • The lifeline of the palm of your right hand should be on top of your left thumb
  • The V formed by your thumbs and index fingers are parallel points between the right ear and right shoulder (black arrows)

Grip's pressure

  • Grip pressure should not be too light or too strong
  • The last three fingers of his left hand ensures a constant pressure during the swing
  • You must feel the weight of the clubhead

Posture and alignment

  • Key aspects that everyone should be able to repeat
  • The club will indicate that you use the correct spacing of the feet
  • Wide with the drive, closest to the small clubs
  • The triangle formed by the hands, arms and shoulders in place in front of you
  • Hands should be directly in front of your zipper on your pants–0&list=UUsIPIZSKJ6-MQ5aEtDVZGOw&index=16

Ball's position

  • Short irons – just forward of center
  • Mid irons a ball in front of the short irons
  • Driver – inside the left heel
  • The right shoulder should be a few centimeters lower than the left shoulder
  • The eyes are parallel to the target line and ground
  • Focus on the eye level relative to the ground at address and keep it throughout the swing
  • The legs, shoulders, hips, knees, eyes are parallel to the target
  • The best place to practice and improve posture and alignment,  this at home with a mirror

Take away

  • The startup is one of the most important parts of the swing, with the exception of the impact
  • He put up the swing as a whole
  • Think of your shoulders, your arms and hands as one unit, moving away from the ball, move the triangle formed by your arms
  • The lower body must resist as much as possible from the beginning of your swing
  • The climb starts over with the upper body than legs
  • Resist the rotation with the lower body
  • The upward movement is activated by the arming of the wrist, especially at the beginning of swing
  • Turn the shoulders
  • Keep the posture
  • Arms move the clubhead back
  • Resist with lower body
  • Feeling of staying centered
  • The late start ends when the club is parallel to the ground with the tip of the club pointing skyward

Half backswing

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  • The hands are in front of the sternum
  • The shaft is above and parallel to the swing plane
  • The left arm, left wrist and clubface are parallel to the swing plane
  • While maintaining the angle of your posture, your head stays the same height

Front View

  • The eyes remain the same height
  • The shoulders have rotated 45 °
  • The head remains centered
  • The hips have turned slightly


Top of backswing

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  • The end of the backswing occurs when the shoulders have stopped turning
  • The length of your backswing depends on the rotation of your shoulders behind the ball
  • Your natural flexibility will determine the length of your backswing
  • Hands, arms, shoulders and the club reach the top position at the same time
  • The left arm, left wrist and the club will be in the same plane and parallel
  • While keeping the right knee flexed

Front View:

  • The arms are in front of the body
  • The shoulders are turned 90 degrees to the target and hips at 45 °
  • Body weight is inside the right heel

Half downswing

Side View:

  • Have the club in the right plan will promote a good run
  • The hands and arms should remain in front of body
  • The weight of the body must move from right heel to left toe
  • The lower body leads the downhill correct
  • Upper body resistance while the arms down
  • The club shaft is parallel to the original angle of the club on departure
  • While maintaining the angle of the posture, the spine formed at adress

Front View:

  • Wrists remain armed, broken. Maintain this angle will give you a more powerful swing


Side View:

  • The shoulders are parallel to the target
  • The hips are slightly open
  • While maintaining the posture angle of adress
  • The arms are extended and wrists
  • The arms have a rotating wrists are disarmed
  • The right foot rolls on the inside foot

Front View

  • The back of the left hand is flat and headed towards the target
  • Hitting against a firm left leg
  • The head is behind the ball
  • The eyes are parallel to the target

Half Finish

Side View:

  • Angle of the plane of the handle is the same as the backswing
  • The angle of the posture, the spine is maintained

Front View:

  • Both arms are extended
  • Hips, shoulders and eyes follow the movement of the club towards the target
  • The wrists are lightly rearm


  • A good finish is the result of a proper swing in balance
  • The belt buckle is facing the target
  • The club shaft just behind the neck, it is the oblique