Phoenix – Tempe – Scottsdale – Arizona Golf Lessons Update: March 29. 2010
Before you take your stance: Aim your club-face at your target, then square yourself perpendicular to your club-face before you take your stance. If you watch golf on T.V. you will notice the tour pro’s will always aim their club-face before they take their stance.
Most [amateur] golfers would like to be more consistent, right? When a student of mine makes the statement of: “I want to be more consistent,” I know what he/she means. What he/she means is: the ball-flight to be more consistent. However, the [amateur] golfer needs to be consistent prior to the start of the swing. In order to accomplish consistency, the golfer needs to establish a pre-shot routine by way of aiming the club-face, then taking the stance.
If you would like help with your golf game, then call [me] Arizona Golf Instructor, Robbie Camacho – serving Arizona golfers since 2000, and teaching/coaching since 1996.