Most Golfers. (
Changed - 18/07/2011)
Most golfers make a golf swing as follows:-
At the address position, the clubface is aligned
Square to the Target Line, as the back swing is performed the club
face gradually "opens" relative to the "Square to
the Target Line".
As the down swing swing movement is performed,
the clubface gradually returns to the original address position
so that at the precise moment the clubface makes contact with the
ball, the clubface is once again "Square to the Target Line".
As soon as the ball has been struck, the club
face begins to close, relative to the "Square to the Target
With this conventional type of golf swing the
clubface will only be "Square to the Target Line" at the
precise moment the ball is struck, subsequently as soon as the ball
has been struck, the clubface immediately begins to close.
This means that in order to get a good result,
the timing of the movement has to be very precise in order to ensure
that the shoulders, the arms and the hands
are returned to the original address position at the exact moment
that the clubhead makes contact with the ball.
However by learning to force the arms to interact
at the precise moment the club head strikes the ball, you will extend
the distance that the club head is "Square to the Target Line".
However you must maintain the upper
body angles until the club head reaches the bottom of the swing
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