basics of good golf

To be a ‘Good Golf Basic’ it has to be ‘Basically Good’ for all golfers all the time!

Want six (6) examples?

  1. Posture
  2. Grip
  3. Stance
  4. Ball Location
  5. Alignment
  6. To accomplish and maintain a ‘Stable Pivot or Core’ around which the ‘Upper Body Machine (Primary Lever Assembly, including the Golf Club which is the Secondary Lever) can reliably, gyroscopically function. This will necessarily be on a controlled ‘Path & Plane’. Your ‘Pivot Axis’ provides controlled stability. In this known manner the ‘Clubhead’ shall move in a ‘Pre-Determined Clubhead Orbit’ to a ‘Pre-Determined & Precise Destination’ where ‘Impact & Separation’ takes place predictably.

There are more ‘Good Golf Basics’, but this will suffice for the moment! Chew and swallow!

You will recognize your already known and trusted ‘5 Set-Ups’ above. Think about them again!

Embrace these six for a golf lifetime! They never go out of style!

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