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GMSL #1: What Do I Need To Play Better Golf
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Alignment Sticks – 10 Drills for Improvement
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Golf Drills and Exercises for more turn, more weight shift and more power

GMSL #1: What Do I Need To Play Better Golf

Thanks for joining me for the very first episode of the Golf More Swing Less Podcast. I’m thankful to have you and appreciate you choosing the GMSL nation over all your other listening options.

As for me, I am a golf instructor, college golf coach, writer, blogger, golf swing mad scientist and golf aficionado. In episode #2, I will tell you a little more about myself and my family.

My objective in the podcast is to provide awesome and inspiring golf content including great tips, awesome interviews, with the purpose and goal of helping you play better. I want to be your resource for getting better at golf and earn your trust. I hope the content I provide is empowering, inspiring and helpful.

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Alignment Sticks – 10 Drills for Improvement

Have you seen other golfers carrying around these 4-foot long, very thin, brightly colored fiberglass sticks? These are alignment sticks, and they are extremely popular with high school, college and tour players, and now also amateur golfers.

Beyond alignment, these sticks can be utilized in dozens of ways to help you improve your swing. Use your imagination and no doubt you could find dozens of uses for this sleek training aid. I can tell you that if you are looking for a versatile training aid that is both inexpensive and effective, the alignment sticks are what you’re looking for. This particular aid is more cost effective than lessons and makes practicing more productive. Depending upon how the sticks are used, they can provide restriction and immediate feedback.

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Golf Drills and Exercises for more turn, more weight shift and more power

Are you looking to maintain what you worked on all season over the long winter months? If so, we have some drills that are guaranteed to help your game this off season. The good news is that these drills do not require you to hit balls or leave the comfort of your own home. Good drills and exercise should be practiced using your golf posture to achieve proper golf mechanics. If practiced correctly, drills should feel different from your golf swing. What you might notice is a slight stretch in the lower back and or hip area and difficulty staying in posture. To make these drills effective and to develop better muscle memory, use a tall hallway mirror to get the instant feedback you need to see how far off you really are. Practice these drills 3-5 days a week for 5-15 minutes at a crack. If you are diligent and work on these drills all winter, you will see a difference this spring. From there, I would encourage all golfers to practice these drills on the range before and during a practice session. Ultimately its easier to fix a swing fault without hitting balls. So if your diligent and work on these drills, better golf is in your future.

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