Reduce the negative effects
In several articles before we have mentioned all the obstacles that exist in the golf field and they make it difficult for you to hit the ball to the holes. These obstacles are trees, bushes, sand bunkers, and lakes. They all makes negative impacts on your swing and your hits. Sometimes you only want to kill yourselves for hitting the ball right into the lake. And this also means the end for your games. I bet that all of the golf players hate these obstacles and only want them to disappear from their games but in fact they are still there and instead of fighting with them you have to learn how to work along well with them and also take their advantages to increase your scores.
Tips on the turn
Among golf player community, there is a term that is known by everyone which is the sickness of spiders. Like the spiders when they are afraid of something or when they sense the danger, their instinct is to turn their body to a round ball, the golf players with this syndrome also fear of moving. Sometimes this leads to their ignorance of the necessary movements. These lack of movements as the result leads to the lack in strength and then the ball can not go a long way from the hit. If you take a closer look, you may notice that these golf player create an unbalanced moving pattern between his or her two shoulders. When these two shoulders do not go as they are supposed then your swings will be affected in a negative way and you won’t get the result you want. In these cases, make sure you perform all the motions required and let your shoulders move like they should.
Use you fats
To improve your shots especially the short ones and to avoid the negative impact of a lack of strength shot, you have to learn and practise skills on shifting your weight during your shots. The amatuer players tend to put only a tenth of their weight on the back leg in their shots which led to rigid and weak swings. While the professional put almost half of their weight on the same leg and this assures them to swing powerful shots. The weight shifting must be done smoothly and consistently to make sure you make the best out of each swing. Before this is a skill of professional players, you may need to spend some of your time practising on it and make it a habit of your body before you can master it.
You may know some techniques to work with the sand bunkers and to dig your ball out of sand through one of our articles before but in this part, we want to focus more on your body part when you are standing in a sand bunker. Do not just step and stand above the sand, you may slip away when you make your swings. You have to dig your both feet into the sand and then hit the sand before hitting the ball. Do not make a too high swing or you may have some sand falling right from your clubhead to your eyes. In many cases, this is really dangerous.