Hey guys I'm new here so I thought I would give some tips on improving your golf swing. You have to give to receive right?
But if you guys have any pointers then feel free to post them below
1. When I first started learning how to play Golf I thought that the power came from your arms (though it does) and not from your legs. So I kept dropping my shoulder because I put so much power in my arms. Ofcourse you seasoned golfers know that this makes your hips sway and cause horrible slices or hooks. Imagine a basketball is between your knee's and you have to keep it in one place
2. Not taking your time. When I first started I got really antsy so I would swing too quickly and lose my rhythm. I suggest that you make a conscience effort to slightly pause at the top of your backswing
3. Watch your Swing. Has anybody played Virtual Golf, or Indoor Golf. It actually records your swing so you can see what you are doing wrong. But if you don't have something like that there is an iPhone app called SpeedUpTV which allows you to record your swing and then zoom up, and slow down so you can accurately see any faults that you might have.
Any other tips?