Golf swing principles

The 14 Golf swing principles

This shows the golf swing principles that affect each golf impact factor
This shows the principles that affect each impact factor

Grip: Placement, positioning, pressure and precision of applying hands to club.

Aim: Alignment of the club face and body in relation to target.

Setup: Posture, ball position, stance, weight distribution and muscular readiness.

Swing Plane: Tilt and direction of the inclined plane made by the shaft.

Width of Arc: Extension of the arms and hands away from the center of rotation during the swing.

Length of Arc: Distance club head travels in backswing and forward swing.

Position (Top of the swing): Relationship of the back of the “lead” arm and wrist to the face of the club and the swing plane at the top of the backswing.

Lever System: Combination of levers formed by the left arm and club during the backswing.

Timing: proper sequence of body and club movement to produce the most efficient result.

Release: Allowing the arms, hands, body, and club to return to the correct impact position unleashing power created in backswing.

Dynamic Balance: Appropriate transfer of weight while maintaining body control.

Swing Center: Point located near the top of the spin around which upper body rotation and swing of arms is in place.

Connection: Establishing and maintaining the various body parts in their appropriate relation to one another setup and during the swing.

Impact: The position of the body and the club at the moment the club head delivers its full energy to the ball.

1. Grip 2. Aim 3. Setup 4. Swing plane 5. Width of Arc 6. Length of Arc 7. Position (top of swing) 8. Lever system 9. Timing 10. Release 11. Dynamic balance 12. Swing center 13. Connection 14. Impact

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