Golf Swing Tips Chowchilla CA

Grip pressure is important and it is ideal to use a very light grip pressure in most situations unless you are in deep rough in which case you may need to use a slightly stronger grip.

Pheasant Run Golf Course
559/665-3411
3125 Arcadian St
Chowchilla , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Richard Biggler

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Riverbend Golf Club
559/432-3020
43369 Ave 12
Madera , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Gary Roger Baird

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Merced Golf & Country Club
209/722-3357
6333 N Golf Rd
Merced , CA
Type
Private
# of Holes
18

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Friendly Hills Country Club
(562) 698-0331
8500 Villaverde Dr
Whittier, CA
 
Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course
916/665-2020
8301 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Perry Dye

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Madera Municipal Golf Course
559/675-3504
23200 Ave 17
Madera , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Robert Dean Putnam

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Madera Golf & Country Club
559/674-2682
19217 Rd 26
Madera , CA
Type
Private
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Bob Baldock

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Merced Hills Golf Club
209/383-4943
5320 N Lake Rd
Merced , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Charles Howard

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Redhawk Golf Club
909/302-3850
45100 Redhawk Pkwy
Temecula , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
18
Course Architect
Ron Fream and Mark OMeara

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Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club
909/924-4444
28095 John F Kennedy Ave
Moreno Valley , CA
Type
Public
# of Holes
27
Course Architect
Pete Dye

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Golf Swing Tips

The golf swing can seem complex and difficult to master. If you are learning the game for the first time then it is important to get started on the right foot otherwise you could spend a lot of time and money doing things that are just not effective and will not help you play better golf. Here are some simple golf swing tips that you can follow to help you on the road to shooting lower golf scores quickly.

Tip 1: Use the right grip

The grip is the first fundamental of golf swing mechanics you need to master. There are many types of grips you can use and the most popular one is the interlocking grip which works well for people with smaller hands. The other grip types include the ten finger grip and the baseball grip which is used by many beginner golfers.

Grip pressure is important and it is ideal to use a very light grip pressure in most situations unless you are in deep rough in which case you may need to use a slightly stronger grip. Gripping the golf club too tightly can result in a poor release which will send the ball off target in most target with a loss of distance as well. The interlocking grip is used by most good players and involves simply locking the small finger of the right hand with the index finger of the left hand and this applies to right handed players.

Tip 2: Setup the right way

The setup to the golf ball is important. A good setup will make it more likely that you will execute a good golf swing which will send the ball far and straight. Make sure your feet are aligned directly at the target so check for this by using a golf club on the ground that points to your target on the driving range or have a fellow golfer check your alignment for you.

Your stance should get wider with each club until roughly shoulder length for the driver. If you are really tall then your stance may exceed shoulder length slightly as you will need the wider stance for more stability. The ball position should start at the center of your stance with the wedge and gradually move up to line up with the right foot for the driver.

Tip 3: Use a proper backswing

Do not rush your backswing and at the same time do not go too slowly either. Move at a pace that fits your personality. If you are generally a fast talker and walker then you will probably have a backswing that is relatively quick. It is best to start the backswing in one piece and keep the left arm as straight as you can for the entire backswing. At the top of the swing you should feel some tension in your right hamstrings and keep both feet planted on the ground.

Tip 4: The right downswing and follow through

Start the downswing by pulling the club with your left hand and do not get your right hand involved too much otherwise you will end up casting the club and releasing it too early which will result in loss of power and accuracy. Keep your head down and let the momentum of a complete follow through bring your head up instead of trying to peek to see where the ball went. Try some of these golf swing tips to help you reduce your handicap and shoot lower scores.

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