Get Rid of Your Tension in Golf Swing
So, how to deal with the tenstion on swing? What is tenstion? Actually, tension is the greatest robber of motion. The result is a hitting action rather than a swinging motion. A correct grip can relieve the pressure; however, it's still possible to have a correct grip and hold on too tightly to cause tension.
A common cause of tension lies in the grip. An improper grip, or one that is too tight, creates tension that continues up the arms, through the shoulders, down the body and to the legs is sure to wreck your swing. Bad posture and set-up is another cause of tension. By playing the ping g30 driver for sale too far from the body, the player reaches out and this encourages the weight to move too far forward on the feet. The result is an off-balanced, blocking motion.
For good posture, the feet should not be too far apart, with the weight inside the Ping G30 Irons for sale evenly distributed and to the inside. Knees are flexed, back is straight and tilted forward from the hips. Let your arms hang naturally with the right forearm under the left forearm and the right elbow relaxed and pointing downward.
The shoulders set up the planeswing, therefore they should make a good full turn. A limited shoulder turn leads to a short, fast backswing which destroys good tempo. Don't start something you can't finish.
After completing the shoulder turn, the shoulders become passive on the downswing. This means that the forward motion of your swing is lead by the lower body. The knees, moving forward and towards the Ping G25 Irons for sale, starts the downswing and eliminates the tension of the upper body wanting to take over the downswing. Once your whole body is relaxing, then there is no tension at all.