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Do you usually have one, two or even more “blow up” holes whenever you go out for a round of golf?
You know the holes I’m talking about. Those holes where you just after your finish the previous hole with a par or a birdie and on the next hole you end up with a double, a triple, or even (I hate to say it) a quadruple bogey that ruins your score for the round. In most cases, these holes are caused by too much tension in your body. It is hard to believe that after such a good hole that you could have too much tension. In my past experiences, I get so tight because I know I just finished a great hole and I put soooo much pressure on myself to the same on the next hole. To help you to relax during your golf swing, I have some great tips below:
Being relaxed reduces tension in your muscles. If you’re tense, this will lead to tight muscles and inconsistent swings.
- Clear your mind of all thoughts, especially those about your golf swing. It is so easy to over analyze our golf swing that we forget to relax and focus. Picture yourself relaxing on the beach or wherever it is that you feel the most relaxed. Just don’t think about your next golf shot!
- Focus on being more relaxed in your grip and stance. Your grip should be in your fingers and not in your palm.
- Practice a relaxed swing before you address the ball. To develop a relaxed swing, take continuous swings back and forth without stopping. This will also loosen you up and remove any tension in your body before you address the ball.
- Introduce the ‘waggle’ to your pre-shot routine. The waggle will help release some tension from your entire body and lead to a more relaxed golf swing.
Follow these relaxation tips to help reduce the tension in your body and you will notice the lack of double, triple, and even the dreaded quadruple bogey on your scorecard.
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Comment below and let me know how these tips work for you.