The most important shot in golf is the next one.
- Ben Hogan
Unlike hockey, football, or any other intense physical sport, golf is quite the opposite. Golf is more like chess. The thinking behind calculating the next golf shot is like calculating the next chess move, which could be intense.
In addition, the golf shot should be as effortless as moving the chess piece. The movement of the swing should feel free without any restrictions; thus, as the saying goes, let the club do the work. The bottom line is that the less effort put into the swing, the better the result
The golf club is an instrument that requires proper handling. Therefore, it is vital to establish a good grip, especially when just starting to play. Proper grip leads to better ball striking and advanced ball control.
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