Here are some of the biggest factors that lead to a consistent golf swing and scoring consistently well on the links.
- Setup Position. So much of your game happens before you ever hit a shot.
- Focus on Tempo & Rhythm.
- The Importance of Impact Position.
- Don’t Forget Your Short Game.
- Compete Consistently.
Why is my golf swing not consistent?
Club Face Issues A proper grip specific to you is the source of a square club face. A club face that is overly open or closed will cause a golfer to have to make a compensation within their swing and these two wrongs that can occasionally make a right, will lead to inconsistency.
How can I make my golf contact more consistent?
GREGOR JAMIESON, who teaches Retief Goosen, says the key to making consistent contact is shifting toward the target on the downswing. “On iron shots, you want your left shoulder joint to be over your left heel at impact. People tend to hang back, and that makes the club bottom out behind the ball.
Why are my irons so inconsistent?
One of the most common causes of inconsistent results in golf is simply losing focus prior to hitting a shot. Golf takes a long time to play, and it is easy to let your mind wander on the course.
Why can’t I hit the ball off the tee?
You can’t possibly hit up on the ball if it’s only an inch off the ground. Tee it so two-thirds of the ball is higher than the crown of the driver (above), and adjust the ball’s position so it’s in line with the big toe on your front foot.
Why do I get worse at golf the more I play?
For the vast majority of club players, golf is a social game. When we play in this way we are wide-focused, talking to others and taking in the scene. This also tends to be when we have played our best. Then a competition rolls around; we become quieter and sterner, get our game face on and typically play worse.
How long does it take to get consistent at golf?
As a general rule, it takes a beginner around six months to learn to hit a golf ball; this includes attending regular lessons to learn the golf swing fundamentals. When starting, it’s all about building confidence in your swing and learning how to strike the ball well.