Keep Your Hands Low
In golf, you need to use your hands to hold the club and strike the ball; so what’s the right way to do it? When you limit the height of the follow-through, you will reduce the height of the shots. When you keep your hands lower, the ball-flight will be lower. Keeping your hands low in the finish will ensure that the trajectory of the ball will also be lower.
Spine and Forearm
To achieve increased accuracy and solid ball-striking, make sure you are on-plane at the top of your swing. Your left wrist should be flat, and your right forearm parallel to your spine, forming a triangle with your arms and elbows.
Using Your Body for Power
When playing golf, you should know that power comes from your body and not your arms. To use your body to power your shot, stand in a dead-stop position and hold the club behind the ball. Try to drag the ball into the air without taking a backswing. It might seem difficult at first, but as you practice moving the club with your body, you will be able to get the ball into the air easily.
Bethany Kludt enjoys spending time and playing golf with her family and friends.