Within the next month, spring will be finally here in the Northeast. There are clear signs that the days are getting longer and the temperatures outside is definitely improving. So what have you done to get ready for the up coming golf season?
Have you joined a gym to work out or have you been doing your daily exercises and stretches on your own to get in shape when winter does finally break? I know doing exercises isn’t the easiest thing to do, because it does take time or you have to spend money in order to receive the appropriate training such as coaching. I’m guilty of it and there are areas that I need to improve up on. However, to prevent injuries and improve upon performance this still needs to be done before playing in your first few early rounds of the new golf season 메이저파워볼사이트.
The search for the proper way to swing a golf club is something of a science. It’s all about physics in regards to coiling rather than swaying, striking the golf ball with the club face at the correct angle, getting that wrist roll just right to finish with the follow through. The proper way to swing a golf club is also about biology and kinesiology.
A lot of people have trouble turning their torso on the back swing, most of the time the problem is that they can’t rotate enough through the hips because the muscles are way too tight. Golfers need to know how to stretch so that they can rotate through the hips and put more power into their golf swing.
Shoulder and neck problems can often prevent a golfer from doing one of the most fundamental things during the golf swing. If you have trouble turning your head because of stiffness in the neck area, it is going to be almost impossible for you to keep your head down and your eyes on the golf ball when you go into your back swing.
Part of the problem is that people sit all day at a desk, then they want to go out and golf without doing any stretching, that is just opening yourself up to all kinds of injuries. Bad backs are the most common complaint, while sore shoulders and necks take a close second. Golf can be as good as it ever been after knee surgery, you just have to know how to work with what you’ve got.
Strengthening your ab muscles will help you to prevent back injury. Everyone thinks that sit ups are the best way to make your abs stronger. That’s great, but that’s not a motion you can use when you make the rotation motion of a golf swing. Ab conditioning exercises that fully concentrates on rotating the trunk as well as strengthening the abs is the key to good exercising. As you address this position it becomes a technique that will make your swing stronger, because your improving upon flexibility and strength.
A small series of gentle stretching exercises, to be done before approaching the first tee and a couple of times between trips to the golf course should help. Learning to use the body to its full potential during the golf swing will help even more. It doesn’t matter what’s in the golf bag if the golf swing is faulty.
Skilled golfers who know their own game usually find that making small physical adjustments increases their drive length dramatically. Golfers should concentrate on conditioning aimed strictly at golf. The idea is to maximize a golfers flexibility and strength, and this should result in an improved golf swing which creates longer, straighter drives that produces consistent solid power.
What does the future hold for golf as advances in technology continues to make golf courses shorter? Newest designed golf courses are already obsolete by the time they have opened because of the changes to the golf ball and equipment. Every golf course is now being challenged, because the golf ball and the driver is designed for the ultimate technology.
So what does that mean for the average golfer? The game has become purely power. You don’t have to hit it straight any more. You just hit it as far as you can because it doesn’t make any difference no more, because the old obstacles on the golf course can now be carried over. The U.S.G.A. have begun reacting a little bit, and if they aren’t thinking about it, then why in the world are they bothering with it?
This year on the tour they have gone from the V- shaped grooves to the U-shape grooves. Which makes it harder to put back spin on the ball from up close to the green or out of the rough. For the spectators it will be interesting to watch, because for most amateurs we don’t know how or understand the correct golf swing at impact to create the back spin.
They keep saying they want to make sure that the average golfer and the pro have the same golf ball and the same golf equipment. Most pros will have a swing speed of 125 mph, and that is where the extra carry comes from. The average golfer can’t do that. He never will have the same club head speed to make that happen.
I believe they are right in manufacturing the same golf balls. We don’t want to see separate golf balls for the pros and the average golfers but, using that as a reason is not living in reality. If you played a golf ball from 10 years ago, there was 20-25 yards difference between the pro and the average golfer. Today there’s 100 yards difference. Because of the manufacturers ego, they have figured out how to make a golf ball that goes so far that in turn makes the golf courses become more obsolete.