The 7 WORST Things You Can Ever Do in the Golf Swing (and How to FIX THEM!). Learn about 7 of the most common golf swing problems (sins) that amateur golfers face today and remedy them with 7 golf tips on HOW TO FIX THEM (and dramatically improve your golf ball striking). These 7 golf swing sins are the reason why you hit the golf ball bad. In this video you will learn golf swing fixes that will show you how to strike the golf ball clean along with drills to improve golf ball striking. If you’re looking to become a better golf ball striker YOU MUST do this first – hit the ball then the turf. I will show you how to hit the golf ball FIRST. This is an absolute fundamental of the golf swing. That’s why there are also drills in this video that will show you how to hit the golf ball clean every time.
This video features easy ways to improve golf ball striking. Doing these golf tips will prevent you from having poor contact in your golf swing and get you on a fast track to improving your golf ball striking.
#golf #golftips #thegolfswing
The Seven Deadly Golf Swing Sins (Chapter Listing)
0:21 Sin #1 – Rolling Hands in the Takeaway
2:23 Sin #2 – Shifting and Swaying
3:46 Sin #3 – Lifting the Arms
6:37 Sin #4 – Level Shoulder Turn
8:21 Sin #5 – Chopping in the Downswing
10:09 Sin #6 – Flipping Hands at Impact
12:00 Sin #7 – Releasing Your Hands
15:02 Lesson Notes
Learn the Golf Swing and Hit it Crispy FAST with my NEW 29 video golf swing training program:
Access Tom’s ULTIMATE Golf Swing Training Program and Instructional Library –
I am Tom Saguto, PGA Member and founder of SagutoGolf. Thank you for visiting my instructional page where you can find how to get on the fast track to improving your golfing abilities. Whether you are a seasoned golfing veteran looking for a quick swing tune-up after an on-course emergency, or a beginner just looking to get the most out of your golfing experience, I am here to help you achieve your golfing goals.
My mission as your swing doctor is simple, to help you maximize your enjoyment in game of golf. Because, let’s face it, golf is a hard game.
My philosophy is wholly based on the student having a fun, meaningful experience in a frustrating and complicated game where potential lifelong golfers either quit because it is too difficult or that they experience some form of swing-related pain or discomfort. I mitigate these problems by focusing entirely on the student’s needs and goals while teaching a golf swing method that ultimately takes stress off of the common pain areas of the swing.
Tom Saguto’s personal website: www.sagutogolf.com