“The Radius Dictates Your Consistency”
One of the major keys to having a consistent golf game is to be able to strike to the ball the same way time after time.
This doesn’t mean that you should have the same ball flight on every shot. You can, and should be able to, modify the trajectory and curve of your shot based on the situation at hand. It just means that when you step up to a shot you can be certain that you will strike the ball solidly.
Over the past 15 years, I’ve spent most of my time determining the fastest ways to help golfers achieve a consistent point-of-impact.
So much of every lesson is about solid contact.
It’s the very first thing that must be learned once the player understands the physics of ball flight. I’ve found different ways of explaining it over the years and I’ve finally found a way to say it in a concise manner that everyone can understand.
The more consistent the radius of the swing arc through impact, the more consistent the contact. That line sums it all up. But, if you want to know how to take this basic fact and apply it in your golf swing, have a look at the video.
I’ve done my best to explain it fully and clearly.
For those of you who have not seen the two videos I have referenced, feel free to have a look at two of my most popular lessons.
I really appreciate all the comments and suggestions.
It’s what allows me to continue to find new ways to help golfers reach their true potential in this game.