I am looking for a good practice net for the garage. I don't want something terribly monstrous but of course it still needs to get the job done.
I would love to hear some suggestions from this forum.
I've been golfing for approximately 2-3 months now, and although I've developed much more consistency in my swing, it is still evolving.
With that being said, is it ever TOO early to get fitted clubs? Should I hold off until I feel my swing is even more settled?
New player here looking to invest in some higher quality clubs and move away from my Wilson box set....
I often hear about clubs being "forgiving", but I am curious to know what actually makes an iron, wood or driver "forgiving".
With that being said, at what point in my learning process should I invest in some fitted clubs and is there ever a too soon?
Thanks in advance for the insight and information...
I am a new golfer currently taking lessons and learning the fundamental mechanics of the game. I was looking for some supplementary instruction to what I gain from the golf pro I am working with.
I have heard some positive things about Shawn Clement and his approach to teaching and I wanted to get this forums take on his instruction.
So if you've ever followed his lessons or have an opinion to share I would love to hear it.
Anyone have any suggested drills or training aids that reinforce keeping your left arm straight?
I find myself having a weak follow through and poor release because so often I compromise my left arm rather than keeping it straight as I release the club.
Thanks in advance for the advice.
Thanks for the input. I never noticed but you are completely right, my swing is all arms and I used to play quite a bit of baseball in the past. I will get a video of my swing from behind but what do you suggest for encouraging the use of my lower body rather than being so reliant on my arms.