What Is The Most Efficient Method To Get Rid Of Pulled Shots?
There are some mistakes that players make from time to time, mistakes that affect your game not just when you are playing, but if you are not so careful, they can affect your game for a really long time even into the future. One of these is the pulled shot. Fixing a pulled shot can be really difficult depending on how long you have been making the mistake. There are players who have made pulled shots so much that unfortunately they became accustomed to this style of play. At this point it becomes really difficult to change such a player.
However, do not despair just yet. It is really easy for you to improve your style of play and get rid of the pulled shots over time. You will need to be dedicated to the cause. You have to be really steady in your game for you to be able to do this, and be confident that you can overcome the challenges and improve for the better. The following tips will assist you get rid of these shots, and become a better player over time, if you keep practicing:
- Pay attention to the backswing
- Focus on the hip movement
Pay attention to the backswing
One of the most important things that you need to think about is the backswing. When you drag your club so far inside the backswing, you will end up with a pulled shot. Therefore the first thing that you need to do is to stop doing that. As you are playing the backswing, bring the club straight back.
Focus on the hip movement
The movement of your hips will determine so much especially with relation to the target. There are so many players who love to begin their downswing from the arms, which ends up in a pulled shot. To be on the safe side, make sure that your downswing begins from the hips, thereon pulling your arms and shoulders into perspective and then the impact follows through.
If there is one thing that you need to understand about some of these golf errors, it is the fact that the easiest way to fix them is to first of all accept that you have a problem. Once you have accepted that, it will be much easier for you to work on changing that and improving your game, than living in denial.