Finding rhythm with your golf swing



How to improve the rhythm of your golf swing.

The Inner Game of Golf Book

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  • adam

    Reply Reply May 9, 2013

    Rhythm is not always hard to find. It comes naturally when you stop worrying about swinging correctly. At least that’s what i think

  • adam

    Reply Reply May 9, 2013

    I didnt listen to the podcast yet do maybe what i just said is what you just explained

  • adam

    Reply Reply May 9, 2013

    My swing has a naturally slow movement. I dont pay attention to it though it just happens. i heard tiger woods say that he never remembers hitting his shots. Hr only remembers finishing the hole.

  • Mick M

    Reply Reply May 9, 2013

    Yes it is a great book..second to “the golfers nightmare”…hehe. I have found that its ok for me to use his back-hit-stop drill on the shorter clubs, but am finding that on the longer clubs i am converting the back-hit-stop from nouns into verbs! There are gaps in my awareness you would say still. I prefer to use his da-da-da method on the longer clubs for swinging the club for awareness and practice. Out on the course…well even using the da-da-da method, gaps show up and pesky can still have his say. I have found that counting quickly is more successful for me. Cam as would have read, he also uses the method of humming while swinging to show up any tight spots in the swing. I have found that with the back-stop-hit method, da-da-da and the humming drills im a bit off the mark just before impact sometimes and i hit a snap hook. Thats ok that it happens, but not great at my course, because we have a lot of out-of-bounds of the left!! Am i right in saying that i should do nothing about it, but just focus on that point more?

    • Cameron

      Reply Reply May 9, 2013

      You can focus more on that point in your swing. That will highlight any blind spots. But you might want to challenge yourself a little. Can you hit a high fade on those holes? Or what about changing your strategy a little (like hitting another club)?

  • adam

    Reply Reply May 10, 2013

    The easiest way t Ifull distance is to hit hard. With a extremely firm and tight grip youll hit the ball not only dead straight but exyremely far.

  • Mick M

    Reply Reply May 10, 2013

    Thanks cam. It’s quite a challenge to break to break out of the mould of what I have been doing for so long and realise there is more than one way to the bottom of the cup.

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