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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
Obviously, hitting the ball long is a function of club head speed and square, solid contact. But the square and solid contact has a much bigger impact than the
club head speed for most people. (Have you ever had the experience of hitting the ball a long way when you swung smoothly and easily? Sure you have; everybody has.) Plus, how much faster do you think the club really travels when you try to swing
hard? The answer is ... not much. And the chances of square and solid contact decrease dramatically as the amount of force you try to generate increases.
So, what I'm suggesting is, focus on square and solid
contact with the ball, and swing smoothly and rhythmically (that's not to say swing "easy"). It's a tough lesson to learn -- some people never learn it. Or, perhaps they just like the sensation of exerting themselves more than they like getting results. I
suppose that's possible.
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