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How To Determine If Your Golf Swing Is Too Fast
By: Gregg Hall
The whole point to practicing at getting a better golf swing
is trying to make your swing faster. Most tips only show you how you should hold your club. Many people think that the harder you swing a golf club the further it will go. Yeah you can probably hit it far and hard but it will not be going to where you wanted the ball to go. If you are going to just hit the ball then you are not going to place it where you want it to go.
The way that you will make your swing all sloppy is by swinging too fast. There are many ways that one can find out how they swing and if they swing too fast. If your golf ball is going a certain way every time you hit it you are probably swinging too fast. If your ball is curving each time that you hit it then that is a sign that you are hitting the ball way too hard. If you loose grip of the club then that is another sign that you are swinging too fast and need to slow it down. If you lose balance then you are going to need to slow your swing down because that is another sign that you are swinging your club too fast.
If you don't know what the problem is then you cannot fix it so you need to watch and feel how you swing. After you have your swing under control you can start playing the game and start swinging the clubs. You can fix an over swing by counting and seeing how long it takes you to swing. There are many ways to see and fix ones swing but you can only fix it through practice and more practice. The more practice that you do the better you will get at swinging your clubs. You will just need to take your time remember you are golfing you have all the time in the world. You won't want to hit the ball as hard as you can because that again will be making you swing to fast.
So you just want to take it nice and easy for a few swings until you get the swinging process down. After you have the swing down then you can go golf with friends or just go to the driven range and just practice on swinging. You should get your swing down by the first day you start playing the sport. If you hadn't its not like it's the end of the world you can still play golf just keep practicing. You just need to go to the driving range every once and a while and hit a few balls to get your swing down and make sure that you keep it like that for awhile.
Gregg Hall is an author living with his 18 year old son in Jensen Beach, Florida. Find more about golfing as well as golf equipment at www.nsearch.com
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