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Five Keys To Creating The Most Powerful Golf Swing

Creating a powerful golf swing for your game is important, but there are a few mechanics to the skill that make your swing unique. There are times you need to make changes to your stroke action in order to achieve a specific result. You may need to change your setup or how you stand behind the ball. Your grip and the type of grip used can also play a role. To help you understand how to create a powerful golf swing, consider the following 5 tips.

  1. Hands should remain low as you swing. This is a good tip no matter which club you use or if you play the ball further back in your stance. Keeping your hands low will also help you keep the club head in position to establish solid contact as you swing through.
  2. Use your body to help you generate nature power. Your swing is not just about your arms and hands. Your body generates most of the energy behind your shot. You may struggle in the beginning with this aspect if your hands and arms are used to stabilize the club. Think about other parts of your body and how they help you form swing motion. How are your legs and feet positioned? How is your back and spine aligned? How is your head and shoulders positioned?
  3. Have thumbs in good position when you swing and follow through. They should be up to help avoid slicing. To help you understand this element you can look at photos of golfers in a position ready to swing. You can also grab your club and grip it as if you are ready to hit the ball. Pay attention to positioning of the thumbs. They are often on top of the club when other fingers are positioned elsewhere. They should stay in place as you swing.
  4. Swing on a solid plane. This is a swing path for your iron or clubface to travel. Just from the inside is where your plane should develop. This helps you stay in line with your target. If you don’t have a solid plane established your swing may come off weak.
  5. Work on your backswing and setup to establish favorable result at impact. Good posture at setup is important and keeping elbows leveled as you go into your backswing helps establish good balance.