The #1 Rule in Golf and Transition!

by Max on Friday, March 11th, 2011

Do you know the #1 rule in golf?

If you don’t let me tell you, it’s called “aiming”.

For example, take your rifle/shotgun/whatever and try shooting at something.

Now, if you miss your target, what did you do wrong?

Mostly likely aim.

Aim is #1 rule in golf.

If you have perfect aim, you can develop a perfect swing.

That’s it for today, make sure you are aimed correctly by lining up a club parallel to your target line like I do it everyday.

Once you get the hang of it, you can aim freely as you like but it’s a good idea to keep your aim and swing in check by doing so as often as you can.

Transition?

Transition happens when you use your lower body, specifically your hips to start your downswing, which simply just means to let your arms and hands “go for a ride” while your lower body brings it to impact.

When you do this really well, it almost feels like your hands are lagging behind you, and don’t forget to watch your golf ball going straight at the target.


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One Response to “The #1 Rule in Golf and Transition!”

  1. Gaudencio says:

    l really would to like to see demonstrating in the video how how you start your dounswing and describing how the transition is done from the top of the backswing to the downswing,the position of your hands and arms before impact and how to release the club. l see the hands of the Pro after impact that is the left palm is always facing the sky. Ernie Els l see him practicing the club withe left arm and supinating the the left arm. Thank you very much.

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