3-min Check Points for Your Swing
Golf Instruction • 3m 30s
It is important to have certain check points in your golf swing to assure you are-
Setting up square to your target
Keeping the clubface square throughout your swing and
Keeping the club on plane.
Having these check points enable you to practice your form away from the ball, so that when you swing and hit a ball you are confident you have the correct swing mechanics.
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