If you have read my previous articles, you will understand why I am so high on Tiger Woods’ game. In this article, I am going to tell you about two new tips he is using to blast through competition and hit the ball further than ever. By understanding the physics of the game, you can develop new and innovative ways to keep yourself in the best position to hit the ball. The other tip that will change your golf swing forever is to add a little more muscle to your backswing. Tiger Woods is the living example of how adding an extra muscle to the backswing improves the dynamics of the shot.
The problem with most golfers is that they are in too many static positions during their swings. These static positions not only slow down the golf swing, but they also limit your freedom of movement. In order to improve your golf swing, you must be in constant motion. Every time you swing, you must hit the ball with your shoulders moving in the direction of your target.
By moving your shoulders and hips into the proper position, you will create better balance and greater control over the entire body. Tiger Woods does this at least four times during each of his swings. The result? He can hit a much farther golf ball, and hit it at a correct angle to take it further away from his competitors. Woods has mastered the physics of making a longer drive, but he hasn’t figured out what makes him stay in control throughout the shot.
The question is, how do you go about developing these habits? You have to understand the effect that your backswing positions have on the dynamics of the shot. Most golfers are in all sorts of static positions during their backswings, including hands-to-hips, arms-to-shoulder, feet-to-thigh, etc. What is essential to a good backswing is making sure that your hands and arms move in synchrony and that your hips are able to maintain the same position throughout the swing. Without doing both of these, your clubface will always be open during your follow through, which will prevent you from achieving the perfect shot every time.
One way to keep your hips in sync with your right side is to allow your hips to rotate naturally as you swing your club. To do this, simply turn your torso a quarter-inch to the left as you reach your top hip. Then swing your club back a half inch, allowing your hips to rotate naturally and smoothly. This should result in your hips rolling to the right as you bring your club back down in your follow through. This will help you to create more lag in your golf swing, resulting in more accurate shots off the tee.
Another way to keep your hips in synch with your right side on your backswing is to ensure that your right knee extends outward during your backswing. By doing this, you will let your right knee maintain a fixed distance from your belt buckle. This will create more lag in your golf swing, which results in more controlled, accurate shots. This should also help you avoid turning your torso too far to the left during your follow through, which will cause your shoulders to turn inward during your follow through.
Finally, when it comes to keeping your hips in sync with your right side on your backswing, it is important to make sure that you lift your butt high during your follow through. This will help to keep your hips in Dynamic positions during your backswing and follow through. The average golfer will lose their rear end before their front end due to lifting their butt high. Lag created by lifting your butt will result in the hips continuing to turn to the left instead of staying in a Dynamic position. This will result in a lot of inconsistent shots on the course. So, it is important to get your butt out of these positions during your swing to improve your golf swing.
These are three of the most important points about staying within the red line on your Tiger Woods swing. Hopefully this information has helped you better understand the importance of staying within the red line on your golf ball flight. Also, it is important to know that the golf ball does not move at the speed of light. To recap, keep your upper body in a Dynamic position, keep your lower body in a Dynamic position and keep your hips in a constant position of acceleration throughout your golf swing.