What is the perfect golf swing?
At best, one could say that Lee Trevino was probably the one legendary golfers who came the closest to a hitting a pure golf shot, consistently.
Even Ben Hogan once commented he was fortunate to hit only one pure golf shot in a round of golf.
Those who contend there is on such thing as a pure golf shot are absolutely correct if they are referring to the conventional golf method.
The conventional approach to golf instructs you to manipulate the club during your golf swing in an attempt to square the clubface to the ball at impact on a path that matches the chosen directional (target) line and hit a straight golf ball.
It often is referred to as the ” muscle memory” method; that is, to train your muscles to remember specifically in which direction and how much to manipulate the club during the swing to square the club face to the ball at impact.
The anatomical reality is that the clubface and swing path of the clubface will change with each body movement from the time the grip of th club is initially assumed until the swing begins and the result that it is impossible to know precisely the angle and path of the clubface at final address.
How then does a golfer know how much and in which direction to manipulate the clubface during the swing to square the clubface at impact?
The naked truth is they don’t, the very reason why the average golfer has only about one chance in a hundred of hitting a pure golf shot.
On the other hand, what chance would you have of hitting a pure golf shot if you were able to lock-in a square alignment and an online swing path of the clubface during your pre-swing proceedings, align your shoulders parallel withyour chosen directional (target) line, center the sweet spot of your clubface directly behind your ball and execute a simple golf swing in which no manipulation of the club?
Theoretically you would have a one hundred percent chances of hitting a pure golf shot because your clubface would contact your ball squarely at impact on a path that would match your directional (target) line and your ball would fly on a straight path to your target, discounting any wind conditions or elevation differences between your feet and your ball.
I have had the good fortune of designing, developing and perfecting more than 100 techniques to lock-in a square alignment and an on line swing path of the clubface during the pre-swing proceedings, although it took me thousands of experiment and more than 10 years to accomplish such.
Once locked in, it then just becomes a matter of aligning your shoulders parallel with your target line, centering the sweet spot of your clubface directly behind your ball, keeping your head steady ,executing a simple golf swing without any manipulation and watching your ball fly on a straight path to your target.
Yes, there is a way to perform a perfect golf swing and hit a pure golf shot.
You must first lock-in a square alignment and an online swing path ot the clubface during the pre-swing proceedings in order to make it happen.