It’s all started with building your swing
Having the perfect golf swing will dictate the quality of golf the player is able to play. There are a variety of drills that can help the individual get a better understanding and eventually work on getting the right golf swing.
However it should be noted, that there are some golfers today that have their own peculiar swing that would not be considered “right” but it works well for them and keeps them at the top of their game. Therefore with this in mind, the individual should not be overly concerned about getting the technicalities of the golf swing perfect, but rather getting comfortable with the swing while making the best shot possible should be the main aim.
A good golf swing starts with consistent rhythm. Making a good forward swing would require the individual be able to make a good back swing that would flow arithmetically into the forward swing motion.
The main object should be to create speed on the downward swing rather than the upward swing as this might shift the balance of the stance and the body, thus lowering the possibility of a rhythmic swing.
The arms should ideally be used more than the hands, when drawing the club back, which should be done in a one piece motion. As the club is taken towards the back swing, the left shoulder and hips should turn naturally to allow the weight of the body to transfer to the right. As the club continues past the waist, the shoulders should continue to turn naturally. Ideally there should be a sort of pendulum motion that unfolds.
The main objective of the downward swing would be to return the club head to the ball with maximum yet controlled speed. Connecting too fast can cause a poor shot or a short that misses its directional course. Maintaining eye contact on the ball during the upward and downward swing is extremely important.