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Date Created: 12/18/15
Basic Technical Approaches to Golfing Position: Stand near the ball, feet fairly close, very slightly sloping bust, hands slightly forward toward the left leg to place the club shaft in alignment with the left arm, the body weight is very slightly worn on the left leg. Movement: Move the club on the side (not backwards or in an arc to the inside) leaving slightly rotate your shoulders. Try to keep the club shaft in line with the left arm (and therefore almost no wrist action). Select the desired momentum. Cross the ball to the same by insisting that the club rubs the grass at the ball, finish with the club shaft in line with your left forearm, body weight mainly on left leg and above the thorax opposite the hole. This is imperative not to block the shoulders and cross the ball without giving an unfortunate twist of the wrist with his right hand. Always finish the thorax make the hole so small and short is that your approach. www.GirlsGolf.com Technical approach lobed Movement: Create momentum by arming and wrists slightly by curbing the rotation of your shoulders. Junior girls golfers should put a little more weight on left leg during the swing and hits it, then release all the weight on his left leg to get through and finish the shot. And do not worry to lift the ball and be content to rub the floor at the ball. Select a sand wedge or lob wedge (very open club) rather than a pitching wedge, the ball will be higher. Which club to choose? With 9 iron the ball will roll about the same distance it was stolen or 1/2 flight to 1/2 rolls on flat ground. With a sand wedge the ball will roll about half the distance she stole 2/3 of flight and 1/3 of rolls on flat ground. It is highly recommended to just these two clubs in order to obtain a good control even if it is possible to use a different club for each situation. How does the dosing approach work? The dosing approach (as other moves dosing) is performed mainly by varying the momentum of the club behind the ball. We must then keep a constant and fluid through at least to cross the ball after you have taken momentum. To this basic technique the pros use, very good player may authorize minor variations in how to speed up. At an average player that will give only approximate results and very irregular. Type several balls taking the same momentum. If your acceleration is constant, the balls will be the same distance. How far the approach zone begins? The approach zone may correspond to the distance from which you cannot hit full shots, even with the shortest club. This varies among players. After topping club hit with short, you can run half the pitch or swing with the wedge without the start chipping when this kind of shots are too long. How to be precise? Depending on the situation, determine club selection (low blow with a little roll shot or lobed) and then imagine the place where the ball must hit the ground so that it stops rolling to the hole. Practice this calculation different slopes and slope of the green and think about their influences on the ball. These parameters are used to visualize an ideal area (drop point) the size of an open umbrella. Train yourself to fall so in an open umbrella by varying distances and clubs. My balls are usually too short? Miscalculation of the drop point of the ball (see just above) or lack of amplitude of the club head during the swing. It is also possible that on the contrary you take too much momentum and you slow down the descent towards the ball. In all cases, the natural tendency, even at a good level of play is short (putting & approach) or to the proverb: "Never up, never in" if you do not give a chance to get to your ball hole, it does not fall into it. Why does my club scrapes the ground before the ball? Often when the momentum of the club head is too large, the player slowed down in the strike zone and lost the momentum of the blow, the club then scrapes the ground before the ball. The ball may be placed too far to the left foot to an average level of play. More than to actually get the ball, this investment is a source of guitars for many players. The simplest is to place your ball in the center of both feet on your approach shots. Why I hit the ball on the top part with my club? Because you certainly create some sort of movement spoon with his right hand and / or because you reject the weight on his right leg. In both cases, the club head back too soon and too fast and slap the top of the ball instead of scrubbing the floor to swing toward the target. Style and comfort is everything In girls golf training the important thing is to wear comfortable clothing, loose enough not to hinder the movement, while complying with the regulations. "Certainly, the pros women golfers play in a miniskirt, but ordinary mortals cannot do the same," says the specialist. Indeed, the rules, as well as the label, are very strict in golf: the skirt or shorts must cover the thigh to the height of at least one hand above the knees, the socks are mandatory and sleeveless tops are permitted if they are provided with a collar. No scoop neck is not tolerated, nor is the undershirt or jeans. "The sexy look to Natalie Gulbis, it's for show". Or for the stars who dressed in outfits hip straights not always, contribute to "glamorize" the most beautiful golf courses in the world. In short, we realized: golf is fun but it is also very serious!
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