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Playing this game is not as easy as it seems but with the due diligence and zeal, you can quickly learn the basics and enjoy golf. This resource provides easy and understandable guides for beginners.

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The Importance of Setting up the Correct Golf Posture

The importance in setting up a correct posture in golf relates to how you swing to hit the ball. If your posture is poor you may end up physically hurting yourself or hitting the ball in area you didn’t intend for it to go. There are a few basic elements to consider when setting the best posture for your swing to follow through on. It also helps to review photos and videos of how to set your posture while you’re on the course for visual learning purposes.

Setting Up Your Grip

There are a few steps to consider in getting the best grip with your golf club. When you place your left thumb and index finger of the shaft, leave a gap roughly three fourths between each finger. You can extend your thumb downward on the shaft or bring it upward depending on personal comfort. The middle of your index finger or the base of the last three fingers should be where your grip crosses. Try not to grip the club too much with your palm or you may not be able to hinge the wrist when you swing. Review different types of grips you can practice with your club.

Setting the Aim

When you set your aim you work to make your body aligned parallel with it at the same time. This is an area many golfers have a hard time trying to master with many making the mistake of pointing their feet toward their intended target. In doing this, you may actually sabotage yourself and make the ball go in the wrong direction. The clubface is not aligned with the body when your feet are aimed toward the target. You may get a better idea once you have hit the ball a few times while getting a feel for how your feet should be aligned.

Set Your Stance

This can help you get a better idea on how to position your feet while standing before you hit the ball. If you visualize yourself standing on a clock, your left foot should be in the 10 o’clock position. Your right foot would be in the 1 o’clock position. Your heels should be spread apart as the same width of your shoulders. Your knees should be slightly bent forward and your arms would hang in a vertical position.