Golf lessons are a necessary evil if you are going to learn the game of golf. Golf instruction should serve to improve your golf swing but, too often, taking lessons has the exact opposite effect – that is, causing confusion and an overall decline in your golfing abilities. The reason isn’t difficult to comprehend – most golf instruction methods are both hard to learn and counter-intuitive to what your mind and body are telling you. Everyone has heard the term “over the top” when describing a certain type of golf swing. Simply put, it is the outside-in swing path that feels most natural to all of us. The problem with employing this outside-in path in a golf swing is that the resultant action on the golf ball causes it to “slice” or “fade” which means that the ball curves to the right instead of going straight toward the intended target. This action upon the golf ball also results in a loss of distance for a ball spinning to the right has a tendency to land softly and come to an abrupt stop instead of continuing on a forward path. A golfer who wants to play well is faced with three choices. The first is to accept his or her limitations and play passably decent golf using an outside-in golf swing. The second is to go the route of golf lessons in order to improve. Results may vary, as they say. Once you’ve gone down this road, expect to take many more lessons and to practice a lot – that is, if the lessons teach you things that your mind and body are capable of doing in the first place. The third choice is to optimize your golf swing by incorporating the simple set-up changes that I teach in my OVER THE TOP GOLF® instructional eBook. If you’ve asked yourself “How do I learn a new way to swing a golf club?” this is the answer to your question.
Whether you have a tendency to swing the golf club on an outside-in path or not, the golf swing optimization method you will learn in the OVER THE TOP GOLF® instructional eBook will have you hitting laser-straight golf shots considerably longer than you were before.
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