Achieving a correct pro golf swing will not only help any golfer improve their game but even more important, will help them enjoy their golf game much more.
As many golfers delve deeper into increasingly desperate efforts to improve their game, it is very easy for any golfer to lose the enjoyment aspect. Some have even given up the game because of this.
Getting your pro golf swing right will involve you focusing on the many different individual parts of the pro golf swing.
The pro golf swing starts with the backswing where the equal focus should be placed on both the body rotation and club and arm extension. It should be a fluid and smooth one-piece motion with the front elbow kept as straight as possible.
In the pro golf swing, the downswing, which is the next stage, begins in the legs and hips. You should begin transferring your body weight from back to front by moving forward the knees, and then the thighs and hips.
In the final pro golf swing stage of impact and follow-through, the bodyweight should be on the outside of the forward heel and the inside of the rear foot. The heel of the back foot should be raised slightly with the back knee also slightly bent inwards.
In this final phase of the pro golf swing, the arms are also critical. Hands, wrists, and forearms should rotate so that the grip end of the club points toward the target. The wrists should rotate over and the elbows should bend, with the clubhead bring behind. The whole movement should end with you on your front heel, your back foot on its’ toes.
Golf workouts, exercises, and conditioned golf muscles will make it much easier for you to quickly and consistently achieve the pro golf swing.
About the Author
About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf fitness experts in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. Check out his new golf fitness – golf training site at Perform Better Golf.