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What is so important about a Golf Swing?
by Joe Dostal
The purpose of a golf swing is to make the golf club hit the ball to a desired position. The full golf swing is an unnatural, highly complex motion and notoriously difficult to learn. In fact the basic golf swing is much more physics that strength. The golf swing is an awkward movement that puts a tremendous amount of stress on the body. For nearly every weekend golfer, the golf swing is the number one problem out on the course.
Break the swing down into manageable parts - Using Swing
The backswing is a rotation to the right, consisting of a shifting of the player's body weight to the right side, a turning of the pelvis and shoulders, lifting of the arms and flexing of the elbows and wrists. At the end of the swing, the weight has shifted almost entirely to the left foot, the body is fully turned to the left and the hands are above the left shoulder with the club hanging down over the players' back.
It is usually very difficult to acquire a stable and successful swing without professional instruction and even highly skilled golfers may continue to take golf lessons for many years.
The causes of common injuries:
The common causes of golf injuries include the following:
It is also important to keep the spine vertical during the
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