STOP Over Correcting Your Golf Swing | Rotation Drills

STOP Over Correcting Your Golf Swing | Rotation Drills

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Sometimes as players, we over analyze the mechanics and motion behind golf swings to our own detriment. While we should evaluate the motion of each component that makes up our swing, many players neglect the root cause of these inaccuracies in favor of attempting to correct the consequences it has created.

While many instructors may attempt to reinvent the golf swing completely, players familiar with the GG Swing Method through watching George Gankas golf lessons understand that improving natural motion leads to much more success than a complete overhaul of a player’s existing swing style.

George Gankas golf videos have been credited with aiding golfers from every continent in the world, with many of his students now popping up on several pro tours as a result of his instruction.

Gankas understands that the negative consequences that players find manifesting in their slices, pulls and missed shots are likely just a symptom of an underlying issue that must be corrected in order to progress in the sport.

Often times a player’s own mental mindset during play can cause these issues to pop up in their swings, which can sometimes take more time to correct than any flawed motion produced physically by the golfer.

Some players may have a phobia of a specific side on the golf course they’re currently playing, causing an over-correction in their golf swing, which will surely produce disastrous results.

Sometimes a golfer may be worried about over shooting a putt, which will then lead to putting the ball drastically shorter than the distance to the hole, this can also work the opposite way with players being worried about a short putt then over shooting the hole as a result.

Golfers that are plagued by hooks may begin to hit pushes because they’re over-correcting themselves in order to avoid hooking again.

Often, a player may simply be confused about some fundamental element of the game, causing flawed motion in their resulting swing simply because they are misinformed about a specific element of the sport.

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