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How To Insure A Good Golf Swing

Gregg Hall

Many golf pros may disagree on various techniques for driving or putting but there in one pint that they all agree with, maintaining your balance during your swing. It is virtually impossible to have a good stroke if you do not keep your balance. It sounds simple enough to do, however in practice we see people making the mistake of gripping to hard and trying to kill the ball which results in your entire body being stiff and off balance.

When teaching a newcomer to play golf, a good golf pro will caution the novice golfer not to attempt to hit the ball too hard. The reason for this is that a focused well placed strike on the ball will result in a much better drive than merely hitting the ball as hard as you can and hitting the ball off center.

One of the most important aspects to insuring a good swing is to keep your head still. This is crucial as the less you move your head the better focus you will have on the ball. This also goes a long way to helping you keep your balance. Again, keep your head perfectly still and don't move it while you complete your swing.

It is very important that you relax your body and your muscles to keep your balance. Your head will definitely move if you don't relax.

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Top 3 Common Golfing Mistakes

Chad

You might not like hearing this but if you are new to playing golf, you are probably making one of these mistakes and your scores reflect the same. Do not fret, everyone did these mistakes at one point or another, even the most famous golf players in the world had to start from somewhere!

You might even be an ancient oldie at the game but are still none the wiser. Read on to see whether you make the common golfing mistakes and what you can do to avoid them.

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03/29/2015 07:00 AM
South Korea's Lee maintains lead at Kia (Reuters)
(Reuters) - South Korean Lee Mi-rim maintained her lead at the Kia Classic for the third successive day after a six-under-par 66 gave her a one-stroke edge on Saturday heading into the final round in southern California. Lee entered the third round tied with Morgan Pressel but blew past her with a sizzling five birdies on the back nine to push her to 16-under at the Aviara course in Carlsbad. The 24-year-old won twice in her rookie season on the LPGA circuit last year, but is looking for her first title in 2015. “To be honest, I didn’t even know what I shot until I signed my scorecard,” Lee told reporters.
03/29/2015 02:28 AM
Mirim Lee leads LPGA Tour's Kia Classic (The Associated Press)

Mirim Lee of South Korea reacts after her birdie putt on the 15th hole of the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic golf tournament at Blythefield Country Club, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014, in Belmont, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Mirim Lee took the Kia Classic lead Saturday, while top-ranked Lydia Ko easily increased her LPGA Tour under-par streak to 27 rounds but dropped two late strokes and ended up four shots behind. Lee shot a 6-under 66 to reach 16-under 200 at Aviara, leaving her a stroke ahead of former UCLA player Alison Lee in the final event before the first major of the season next week at Rancho Mirage. ''I think comfortable,'' Mirim Lee said about the final round. ''I just think patience, patience, patience.'' The 17-year-old Ko shot a 67 to move within two rounds of matching Annika Sorenstam's LPGA Tour record for consecutive rounds under par of 29 set in 2004.


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