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The importance of a smooth golf swing

Karl FischerBy Karl Fischer,
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Swing through the golf ball in one smooth motion, applying force late. (Courtesy photo)

Newton's laws of motion, if not already, should become a basic part of your golf game very soon.

Let the pendulum that swings so regularly and predictably in Big Ben serve as a model golf action.

Don't hit the ball. Swing the club head smoothly through the ball with some force late. Don't fire the muscles until your lever assembly -- shoulders, arms, hands –- drop below your armpits. Then hit through the ball to the pin.

Karl Fischer has spent some 35-plus plus years teaching golf nationally and internationally earning the title of "IGAD-Doctorate," "CIMTP-Certified International Master Teaching Professional," "CMCB-Certified Master Club-Builder" and "CGC-Certified Golf Clinician." He has written six golf books, thousands of editorials, tips, "Bullet-Proof Drills" and much more. He can be reached at KF@555golf.com or by phone at (817) 673-8888.

 
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