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 "to Grasp Club As Shake Hands As Simple
Posted: Mar 20 2012, 11:25 PM

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"To grasp club as shake hands as simple

First not to take club, imaginary in front of A ball and it stood to natural prolapse arm in front.
If you have Callaway RAZR X Irons you can control your golf ball much better
2 waving arms, and clapping.
Repeat the action, you will feel the weight of arm, and the arm and shoulder tension natural also disappeared. And then took the club, with the upper part of the relaxed feeling, you will find that the legs and feet below and become very light.
* situation, if both hands can feel the weight of the stem head, explain your posture is correct. If not feeling, that means you too nervous.
* situation, to put a chin up as a precaution against infection to shoulder tension. The body is relaxed, the greater is the swing rhythm, stick the faster speed also.
* just began to practice, swing to slow, find the feeling after the swing at normal speed.If you have TaylorMade R11S Driver you can swing more flexibility
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