Are YOU guilty of any of these three common components making up the worst swing possible?
Pondering the state of your golf swing as we wind down summer 2017?
Like many golfers out there, you’re not alone. If you play golf and have a pulse, you’ve likely answered yes.
Golf is tough and the quest to have a better swing is constant. Which is ironically why so many of us love the game and never stop trying to get better.
When it comes to the improvement component of golf, though, it’s often frustrating because so many conflicting theories and practices out there make it hard to to even know where to start.
So, like many golfers, the will to improve is there but the way often isn’t. Which is why GOLFTEC has been so successful in helping people play better golf since 1995, and why we’ve created our Lesson Series on the GOLFTEC Scramble. Because golf is hard enough without the added challenge of practicing the wrong stuff!
GOLFTEC’s Lesson Series uncovers the truth about the golf swing
Our Lesson Series has taken common theories, practices and challenges in golf and turned them virtually upside down to provide clarity on golf’s most confusion-laden areas – all from a factually-based standpoint.
We’ve strived to convey what myth vs. reality really looks like, while demonstrating the most practical ways for golfers to actually get better.
Some of our episodes include a real-life application of the GOLFTEC SwingTRU Motion Study, how to use golf ball flight laws to understand your swing better, common myths about the swing’s finish position, and what some of the worst advice in golf looks like.
In this Lesson Series episode, we illustrate three golf swing components our SwingTRU Motion Study found to be a direct correlation to the least-skilled golfers out there.
In other words: Want to become the worst golfer you can be? Pay attention.
But don’t worry, this quick peek at a theoretical “worst golfer” won’t be the death sentence for your swing. Quite the opposite, as you’ll learn how to identify traps and pitfalls many golfers encounter, and how to fix them if you’re guilty of any.
So, buckle up, pay attention and learn what the *worst* swing possible looks like in the video below.
Lesson Series Videos
VIDEO: What creates the *worst* swing possible
Editor’s Note: This article is an updated version of the original post from Nov. 23, 2016.