Posture

Happy New Year!

My name is Bobby Eldridge and I’m with PurePoint Golf Academy. Here are some golf tips that I think you’re going to love.

When you go out and play golf, do you consistently hit the ball fat? How many times to you hit the ball thin?

I believe it has a lot to do with your posture. There have been a lot golf tips written on posture, but let me give it to you real quick, real simple, and I guarantee you this will help you the next time you’re out.

If you tend to hit the ball fat and hit the ground behind the ball, there is a chance you might be bent over a little too much. If I try to hit the golf ball while I’m bent over too much, I run into the ground, way behind it.

Here are a few golf tips to help you. Instead, at address, simply lift your chin up a little bit, and that will help you swing the golf club back into the golf ball where you’ll hit the ball first and then the ground.

Golf Stance

If you tend to hit a lot of thins and tops, there’s a chance you might be standing a little too tall. When you come back into the back of the ball, you constantly run over the top of it, or you hit it thin and you blade it.

Take these golf tips with you the next time you go play. Also, feel that your knees are slightly flexed, and from the two bones on each side of your hips, just bend over a little bit.

I guarantee you that these golf tips will help you stop from hitting the ground behind it or topping it, whatever the mistake is that you make.

Thanks and have a great day.

Thanks and have a great day.

By Bobby Eldridge

About the Author
Bobby Eldridge is a Teaching Golf Professional for the PurePoint Golf Academy where he teaches “The Simple Golf Swing” theory. You can check out PurePoint Golf here

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