Golf driving tips for seniors
Swing tips for senior golfers: There is life after impact!Most back-niners cant swing back as fully as they once did but can still complete their follow-through so this is where they need to concentrate their energies.A bit like throwing a ball, you can actually lob it with a minimal backswing because the power is all in the follow-through.
People often try to tell me that golf isnt a natural game.When you throw a ball do you practice the movement?No, you just pick the ball up and throw it in one natural movement and without a thought.You dont stand there, painstakingly line yourself up, and then start thinking about the angle of your hand and arm as you draw your arm back to throw.Your arm simply goes back and through and nine times out of ten goes straight where you intended.These images compare the movement and position on the backswing and follow-through when you throw a golf ball, swing one-handed and then two-handed.
Need I say more?It isnt as easy as that, of course.If it was Now for the Back Nine would be a very short book.But it does simplify the golf swing to the bare essentials and the closer you can get to this action the better your swing and the results will.The beauty of this exercise is that you can easily throw a ball in the garden so next time you have a spare five minutes go outside pick up a ball and throw.
Then repeat it with your eyes shut and try to imagine you are swinging a golf club.About Now for the Back Nine.Peter Dawson, a prominent European Tour player in the 1970s and the first left-hander to play in the Ryder Cup, noticed a gap in the market for a coaching manual with tips for senior golfers.So he and co-author and pupil Simon Hawkins pieced together Now for the Back Nine.The book is packed with plenty of easy-to-read, simple tips aimed at older golfers though that doesnt mean younger players cant learn from it!