We've had a fantastic season for our 125th year! Just a reminder, a final competition is on Saturday 15th October 2016. It is a 3 person Texas Scramble. Lowering of the flag at 12 noon, with a free/dram or soft drink. Shotgun start at 1pm and Soup and Sandwich after the competition. My 15 years of teaching golf has certainly shown me that the golf goals are different for every player. In fact, many players don't have any goals, which is why that question is so important. Please pause and take some time to know and understand your goal and objective. In fact, I recommend that you write it/them down in a book. This will help focus your learning, practice and development as a player. Also, in writing down your goals you will likely take a hard look at the current state of your game and help you understand where you need to focus your attention.
Grip and posture are two things you can quickly check because you work on them while you're standing still. They should be the first two things you cross off your list. The other aspects of the golf swing take much more time and concentration because you'll be working on them while you're swinging the club.
The first one is progression, or stacking. What that means is, I'm going to make things really simple at first, and then each time we master a simple little piece of the golf backswing I'm going to stack another piece on there to make it more challenging.
If it touches the wall at hip, chest or shoulder height, you are taking the club back too much on an inside path (see image #4). The release of power accumulators #4 and #2 provide most of the swing power in a left arm swinger's action, release golf swing which is the swing style used by the majority of traditional golfers. Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Tom Waston, Byron Nelson. They were all 3 to 1. It was as if he had discovered the Rosetta Stone of golf.