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Even golfers with the most naturally composed golf swing will be missing every shot if they’re unable to square their clubface at impact. The ability to control the clubface during any golf swing provides a player with consistency in all aspects of the game.
Controlling the position of the clubface tops the list as one of the most important golf swing basics that any golfer should learn immediately when taking up the sport.
Players who are familiar with the GG Swing Method understand that George Gankas golf lessons are composed in a way that expands the natural abilities of a golfer, while working to implement new techniques to replaced any flawed motion existing during play.
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With most amateur golfers looking to achieve low score outings overnight, many golf swing basics are overlooked in the process, especially the clubface positioning at impact.
These players may consume hours of content and take professional instruction in order to master their posture and the swing path of their club, but forget to focus on the one factor that controls initial impact with the ball.
One of the first steps to taking control over club face positioning involves evaluating your existing grip and how it may be affecting your position at impact. Many novice players are gripping their clubs with the pad of their hand, rather than using their fingers.
Ensuring that the lower portion of the pad rests on top of your grip will simplify your shoulder rotation, and assist in squaring up as you reach the impact position.
Also, players should evaluate how they’re bringing the club through to their backswing, as this motion greatly influences club face positioning at impact.
Many novice players have overactive wrists, which causes their shoulders to level out as they begin their backswing. The absence of shoulder tilt during the backswing causes manipulation in clubface positioning, leading to missed shots and frustration upon impact.
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