CardioGolf-A New Way to Practice
Firstly, when you practice you want to make sure that you are practicing the right moves to make a consistent swing that you can take to the golf course.
Secondly, you want your swing to become automatic, like spelling your name. When was the last time you misspelled your name? You probably can’t remember because it is automatic, you do it without thought. Why can’t swinging a golf club be the same way? Why can’t we make a smooth swing without any thought every single time?
Well, that is because this game is really hard, even pros don’t make a perfect swing every single time. But they are consistent and that is because they have practiced enough that it has become automatic.
One way to get a more automatic swing is to do drills and exercises. In CardioGolf, we do drills and exercises to help your swing become automatic. When you repeat drills, you ingrain the feelings and you improve faster. When you do drills, making several repetitions at a time, your muscles start to get feel and you don’t have to think so much.
Stop Your Slice
A slice (when the ball curves left to right for a right-handed golfer), in golf, is one of the most common swing ailments. The slice most commonly occurs when the clubface is open relative to the swing path and/or when the swing follows an “out to in” or “over the top” swing path. The shoulders are open to the target line at the moment of impact.
Many times a slicer opens up the shoulders too quickly on the downswing causing the clubhead to tip over and cut across the intended target line. This path, of ‘outside to in’, combined with an open clubface at impact will cause the ball to spin from left to right.
To counter this move, try this Ant-Slice Routine-
Wrist Hinge Drill
Elbows Together Drill
Butt End of Club Drill
Down Slope Drill
Head Centered Drill
Closed Stance Drill
Lead Arm Drill
Step and Swing