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The Never Ending Pursuit of the Perfect Golf Swing
By Kurt Howard

Anyone who picks up a club and begins to play inevitably becomes consumed with the desire to improve their swing. This desire does not fade away quickly either and usually lasts as long as they play golf. The main reason for this is that no one can ever perfect the game of or get to the point where they feel they can no longer improve. Golf is always a battle to beat your best round and to improve with every round you play, every time you play.

There are many ways to help improve your swing. One of the best ways to improve you swing quickly is with the help of a instructor. An instructor will allow you to determine your strengths and weaknesses

and in turn teach you how to play to your strengths and minimize your weaknesses. This is a great way for the average golfer to improve their score quickly.

You do not need to hire a coach for an extended period. In most cases a two or three month period will help you dramatically improve your game. Once you know the proper techniques, you can always practice them on your own. The most important factor when working with an instructor is to find one who can put you on the right path.

A golfer can also learn a lot from the tips that other golfers share with them. In fact, many of these tips are very beneficial. However, if you really want to learn from these tips, you will need to document them in a small notebook so you can practice them and learn whether they are applicable to your game. Just be aware that there are many tips that will work great for one golfer and not for another. This is due to the fact that no two golfers are alike and what suits one may not suit another.

The best fool proof method for improving your game is to attend a crash course at a good training school. Golf schools can have amazing results when it comes to cramming a lot of instruction into the shortest time possible. Often a short period of six weeks can have you looking like a pro. This is because schools are designed for people who are new and have excellent instructors who are excellent at showing all types of short cuts.

When it comes to improving your swing, the best way to improve quickly is to combine good advice and instruction with a lot of practice and training.


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