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  Struan McDowall
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Poor timing

 

A good golfer’s club head will consistently hit the ball firmly. Timing in golf comes when the bent right arm meets the straight left arm and the wrists uncock. In order to get consistent timing you must have a sound style that always moves in the same groove.

Here are three common faults that upset timing.

1/ a poor pivot where the hips move too far ahead of the swing.

2/ Bad rhythm where the club is thrown from top of swing and

3/ A cramped swinging arc, where the club has been picked up on the backswing, which shortened and cramped the arc.


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