Improve My Golf Swing – Guides To Improve Your Golf Swing and Game
I love golf (think that is an understatement really!) and over the past decade have tried to improve my golf swing and game. Needles to say, I have read and used some many techniques taught in golf books, videos and all that you can find online.
The truth is, I do gain some skills now and then. But with so many ebooks or DVDs that claim to be able to help you improve your game almost overnight, it can be difficult to really differentiate the real deal from the crappy stuff. I decided to share my experience as well as the reviews of many golfers who have tested some of the most popular golf swing improvement guides and videos. You will read the reviews of 2 systems that I have used to improve my golf swing based on my own personal experience as well as those who have used them.
No.1 – The Simple Golf Swing
The Simple Golf Swing created by David Nevogt is one of the most established and trusted guide to learn about how you can improve your golf swing. It is true to its title, The Simple Golf Swing as the tutorials and techniques are easy to pick up even for a new golfer.
If you can set aside 15 minutes to practice the training drills for at least 2 to 3 times per week for 2 weeks, you will be able to automate the newly learnt movements and train your muscle memory to perform on the field.
The information and instructions are well-written and clearly illustrated with photos so that you can understand it easily.
For the price of $47, the report as well as the bonuses like “The Simple Chip” which provides a fabulous chipping motion that works well under pressure, Mike Pedersen’s "Fit To A Tee” eBook and learn how your body is affecting your swing and how you can change all that.
No.2 – PurePoint Golf
PurePoint Golf created by Bobby Eldridge is a popular DVD golf program. Let us see what is the PurePoint Golf system about. It started first as the “Full Swing DVD Program” 2 years ago and has been expanded to include a full collection of 6 golf instruction DVDs. Here’s the 6 DVD titles:
1. Golf Full Swing
3. Short Game
6. How to Hit a Draw
The Golf Full Swing DVD talks about the single axis swing which David Nevogt covers thoroughly in The Simple Golf Swing report. The only difference is that Bobby includes more tips. This video should be able to teach you how to achieve a consistent and powerful swing.
The Short Game DVD is ideal for anyone who is struggling with your shots within 100 yards. The Putting DVD reveals the reverse putting grip method used by some of the tournament players like Vijay Singh. This grip makes it hard to break your wrist and makes your swing precise and consistent. You will also learn some special putting drills and methods to read the green.
The rest of the DVDs are valuable to advanced golfers. If you are still new, the first few are what you need to master, ie the full golf swing and how to play short game well.
Frankly, if you want to improve your golf swing and game, these are the best guides around.