February 2009
Ralph;Feb2009, p178
The article offers ideas on ways to improve golf swing. The proper way to grip a golf club is described. Keeping the eyes down and focused on the ball is advised, along with standing with a wide base of support. When making the swing, the arms should be up over the left shoulder and the right heel is off the ground.


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