Developing consistency and confidence in your golf game begins by firstly developing a better understanding of how the golf club's design influences your golf balls' behavior. Each golf club is engineered to very fine tolerances and has been built to help you to gain a level of control over trajectory, curvature, and ball speed.
Your job is to use the golf club correctly, which is to say use it in such a way that you strike consistent golf shots that you're satisfied with…most of the time. But this as you already know is definitely a challenge given the amount of conflicting information you have to sift through to find the best way for you to use the golf club in Mechanicsburg.
We all want to hit the ball better and learning how to apply the principles of the pro golf swing will definitely help you to develop consistency and confidence. Following are the pro golf swing principles that I believe will help you to strike the golf ball more solidly and consistently leading to more confidence on the golf course.
Control the angle of the golf shaft as it strikes the golf ball.
Controlling trajectory begins by understanding the relationship between the head or striking end of the golf club and the handle or holding end as the golf club strikes the golf ball. There are three conditions that the golf shaft can be in as it strikes the ball. The shaft can lean forwards towards the target, it can have no lean, or it can lean backward away from the target. When using an iron or a wood we ideally want the golf shaft leaning slightly forwards as the golf ball departs from the clubface.