A good setup can allow the entire swing to function well. Here are my tips for a better address position
We often hear the weight should be back for woods and forward for short irons- here's the key to a better weight distribution at setup to help your swing stay balanced
Many components of the golf swing can be preset at the setup position. Here is a tip I use (and Greg Norman uses) that can help get the left arm and hands and club in a nice position at setup to help with a squarer clubface and a squarer setup in a balanced look.
How we view things is important to how we step into the ball and align ourselves.
We always are told to pay close attention to the target. Focus on it. Small target- Small miss is what they say if the shot is less than perfect. I totally agree. However sometimes the flag doesn't have to be your focus.
I guarantee every golfer has had a playing partner tell them- "You hit it right where you were aiming". There are two reasons why aim is over rated and you DON'T have to aim straight. Watch to learn why.
A proper grip is necessary to control the club- which is swinging at great speed out and away from us...And to control the clubface so we hit the ball and squarely and crisply as possible. Here is how my drill one takes care of the grip- for the better...
I recently had a question from a multiple PGA Tour winner about his grip and how he was having trouble creating depth in his backswing. Here is the answer and it may help you also.
Firm grip or soft grip? The eternal question. This is an excerpt from my e-book "The Great Ballstrikers"...Constant grip pressure is an ideal goal from start to finish. If you are going to be swinging a golf club over 100mph you will need a firm grip on the club.
Getting a natural grip on the club is more to do with how the arms hang rather than the grip itself. Watch this video to find out how I fixed a student's grip by focusing on his arms rather than the grip itself.