Are you truly ready to improve your swing? Here are the only two things you need: reliable feedback and lots of reps.
Truly, that’s all it takes to improve your golf swing. Consider these facts:
- If you want to improve your swing … swing your golf club a lot! I’m not being a smart aleck here; good golfers must take lots of swings. They do this so they can be in tune with their equipment and have a good sense of where the clubhead is located throughout the swing.
- Change comes via reliable feedback. Whether you get this feedback from a good instructor, video footage, a training aid or launch monitor, it’s crucial you pay attention to it.
Elite tournament players practice and play a lot. They spend a lot of time making practice swings wherever they happen to be. Luckily for golfers of all levels, there’s a new tool that Fighting Golf is releasing soon that can provide that immediate feedback, no matter where you are or who you’re with. It’s called the IMPACT IMPROVER, and it tells you exactly what you need to do for the desired strike with every single rep. The IMPACT IMPROVER is a shield that fits snugly on the clubface of one of your irons. The specially designed Impact Ball sticks to the face of the strike shield and tells you how you’re hitting the ball, over and over. This drill is far more effective than the common air swing, which doesn’t really show you how you’re hitting.
Users tell us they love the IMPACT IMPROVER because it gives them a truer sense of what their body and club do during the swing. As a self-learning tool, the IMPACT IMPROVER helps them not to be concerned about ball flight, but to focus on movement – the true cause of the ball flight!
Read A Golf Instructional Book
For an even deeper understanding of the mechanics of the golf swing, read Fighting Golf: Flow with Force & Fly. The book explains body positioning and balance points for solid, repeatable strikes. You’ll also get move-by-move drills that provide understanding and command of body motion during a strike.
It’s important to advantage of these learning tools. Why? Because the only person who can change your swing is you. Without the constraints of time and location that often keep golfers from getting in those swings, you now have the tools you need to get to work, any time, any place. A consistent commitment to swinging is the best way to Improve your swing.
Good luck … and get swinging!