Martin Mikláš

Martin Mikláš

Martin Mikláš
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Point your belt buckle at the target

Point your belt buckle at the target

Focus on making sure you continue your swing after impact. This is in contrast to stopping - more or less - as soon as the club makes contact with the ball.

Focus on making sure you continue your swing after impact. This is in contrast to stopping - more or less - as soon as the club makes contact with the ball.

Adopt a square takeaway to help fix and over the top swing

Adopt a square takeaway to help fix and over the top swing

Remember to shift weight towards the back/right foot during the backswing and towards the front/left foot during the downswing and onward. This is in contrast to shifting weight in the exact opposite way, a swing error known as the reverse pivot.

Remember to shift weight towards the back/right foot during the backswing and towards the front/left foot during the downswing and onward. This is in contrast to shifting weight in the exact opposite way, a swing error known as the reverse pivot.

This site provides information on the many different tweaks a golfer can make leading up to a golf shot. Every tweak and their ultimate effects on golf shots are throughly explained using beautiful illustrations and detailed notes. Deviations from the norm are grouped along those that occur during the setup, the swing, and the club selection. Setup Tweaks The following list of … Continue reading Tweaks to Improve your Golf Game

This site provides information on the many different tweaks a golfer can make leading up to a golf shot. Every tweak and their ultimate effects on golf shots are throughly explained using beautiful illustrations and detailed notes. Deviations from the norm are grouped along those that occur during the setup, the swing, and the club selection. Setup Tweaks The following list of … Continue reading Tweaks to Improve your Golf Game

Allow the heel of your left foot to come off from the ground during the backswing. This is in contrast to keeping the whole sole of your foot squarely on the ground throughout your entire swing.

Allow the heel of your left foot to come off from the ground during the backswing. This is in contrast to keeping the whole sole of your foot squarely on the ground throughout your entire swing.

Remember to perform a complete swing, i.e., one that also includes the last phase, the follow through. This is in contrast to golfers that view the impact as the last phase of the swing and more or less quit swinging past that point.

Remember to perform a complete swing, i.e., one that also includes the last phase, the follow through. This is in contrast to golfers that view the impact as the last phase of the swing and more or less quit swinging past that point.

Focus on keeping the ‘Y’ shape formed by your arms and clubs intact early in your swing, i.e., during the takeaway. The image here reflects the fact that when you are holding a club at address, your forearms together form the two upper branches of the “Y” letter while the club itself represents the bottom straight line. The idea is to keep this figure intact during the takeaway.

Focus on keeping the ‘Y’ shape formed by your arms and clubs intact early in your swing, i.e., during the takeaway. The image here reflects the fact that when you are holding a club at address, your forearms together form the two upper branches of the “Y” letter while the club itself represents the bottom straight line. The idea is to keep this figure intact during the takeaway.

Position your wrists at a fully hinged position at the top of your swing. This is in contrast to reaching the top of the swing before the wrists have had time to hinge completely, or to simply opt not to hinge them completely for whatever reason.

Position your wrists at a fully hinged position at the top of your swing. This is in contrast to reaching the top of the swing before the wrists have had time to hinge completely, or to simply opt not to hinge them completely for whatever reason.

Keep looking down at the ball, even after making contact and up to the moment you no longer can during the follow through. This is contrast to lifting your head just before impact. It constitutes one of the first - if not the first - swing key instructions given to new golfers. Indeed, beginners are often very anxious to see where the ball will go after they hit it, which leads them to lift their heads too soon.

Keep looking down at the ball, even after making contact and up to the moment you no longer can during the follow through. This is contrast to lifting your head just before impact. It constitutes one of the first - if not the first - swing key instructions given to new golfers. Indeed, beginners are often very anxious to see where the ball will go after they hit it, which leads them to lift their heads too soon.