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 Mastering The Art Of A Professional Golf Swing 
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Mastering The Art Of A Professional Golf Swing
by: Amuro Wesley




Golfers from around the world are doing their best in mastering the art of a professional golf swing. On TV and internet, you can see them putting in tremendous efforts to improve their swing in leaps and bounds. The way they master their shots seems effortless and very professional.

But the truth is that there is no such thing as a perfect golf swing. Because our bodies and minds are different, we tend to develop different philosophies and techniques even when learning from the same instructor. The same goes for those golfers. The only common thing is the process of understanding the basics and putting into practice consistently. That itself is what drove them to achieve perfection and strike their targets out on the green course every time they swing and hit the ball.

The common problem with most beginners is that they are unable to hit either their targets or irons right at all. As a result they causes all kinds of slices and other problems with their swing. Their shots become wayward even when they put in great strength. They lose their body momentum and balance just as they are about to swing at the ball. Under such circumstances, observing audience will not be surprised to see them miss targets.

If that is not bad enough, some gave excuses. They blame everything and everyone except themselves. The weather, the slope, not given sufficient time to adjust to the surroundings or even their instructor. But the fact is that they are getting all the basics wrong and doing the wrong things.

Here are 4 basic fundamentals in helping you to master the art of a professional golf swing:

Alignment

Alignment is critical in achieving your targets. Because the concept of executing a proper golf swing lies in hitting the ball dead center, alignment is the most important fundamental in getting the golf swing right.

Comfortance Body Stance

Always ensure that you have a comfortable stance that will allow your body to rotate as easily as possible when swinging. Imagine your spine to be an axis and then look for the center of gravity by pushing your backside out.

Once you have a comfortable body stance, you should have lesser problems when competing with other golfers.

Keeping Your Eyes Focused

You should always be keeping your eyes focused on what you are trying to hit. Although this is the basic number one rule of golf, most golfers tend to forget when they are under pressure. Without seeing the target they are supposed to hit properly, they will definitely lose the game.

Maintain Concentration And Patience

Maintaining concentration and patience is another key fundamental in mastering your golf swing. Do this by keeping your eyes firmly on the target and your feet firmly on the ground.

Irregardless of what the media or others may say, what you did or have achieved in the past does not matter. What matters is the present. Such as what you are doing now or intend to do. That way, it is easier for you to concentrate on what really matters to achieve your goal. That way you will be able to achieve proper rhythm in your golf swing.

Understanding these fundamentals is the simplest way to go about mastering your golf swing. With these in mind, you do not have to panic and fear about losing even when things are not going your way initially. As long as you are in the game and the game is not over, you still have a chance to win it.

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