DO NOT RELY ON MUSCLE MEMORY
TO IMPROVE YOUR GOLF GAME
One of the best golf swing tips is not to rely on the muscle memory method to improve your golf swing or lower your handicap. Unfortunately,some of the most renowned golfers on the universe believe that a reliance on muscle memory is one of the best golf tips of all time.It is not.
Hi, I’m Gordon Jackson. As the author of How Golf Works, How To Lock-in a Perfect Golf Swing, and How To Hit a Golf Ball as Straight-As-An-Arrow, I would like to share with you the reasons why the muscle-memory approach to golf is completely unreliable.
Most golf instructors teach what commonly is referred to as the muscle-memory method to swinging a golf club.
Once a conventional instructor teaches a student the basic fundamentals relating to grip, posture, and alignment, ninety percent of instruction thereafter relates to teaching your muscles how to manipulate the club in some way during your golf swing in an attempt to square the clubface to the ball on a path that matches your target line at impact.
The muscle-memory theory relies on the assumption that if you swing your muscles the same way with each golf swing you will hit the golf ball the same way each time. This assumption could have some validity if you started your swing each time with the same clubface alignment and swing path.
The Sad Truth is That Your Clubface Alignment And
Swing Path is Not The Same Each Time At The
Completion of The Setup Routine
As you may have read before in some of my Special Reports or, observed in some of my DVD’s, it is impossible to determine to what swing path the clubface has rotated and how the clubface is aligned at the final address to the ball.
The solution to hitting a purely straight golf shot is not by using the muscle memory method but rather by locking-in a square alignment and an online swing path of the clubface during the pre-shot routine.
Then, the only thing remaining is to align your shoulders parallel with your target line, center your clubface directly behind your ball, keep a steady head and execute a smooth golf swing. You should then watch your ball sail directly to your target. Speak of a straight golf shot.
The Marvelous Golf Technique instructions will teach you precisely how to lock-in a square alignment and an online swing path of your clubface during your pre-shot routine.The rest is as easy as falling off a log. The Marvelous Golf Technique instructions are now available in a Special Report.
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If you do not already know, the reason is any body part that is moved after the hands are gripped on a golf club with either an overlap, interlock, or baseball type of grip will rotate the wrists and clubface to a different alignment. Also, any body-part movement after such a conventional style of grip is formed on a golf club will cause the elbows to rotate to a different alignment in relation to the shoulders to create a different swing path of the clubface.
Unfortunately there is no way to determine whether the clubface has rotated to an open, closed or square alignment at the completion of the setup routine because of multiple body-part movements between the time the hands are gripped on the club and the final address to the ball. Likewise, there is no way to determine whether the elbows have rotated to an out-to-in, in-to-out, or parallel alignment with the shoulders at the completion of the setup routine due to typical body-part movements during the setup proceedings.
The only way the muscle-memory method has any validity is if
The Same Precise Body Parts Are Moved In The Same Specific
Way Each Time Between The Time The Hands Are Gripped
On The Club And The Completion Of The Setup Routine
And then and only then if the club is swung the same way each time thereafter.
Professional golfers have learned how to move the same body parts in the same precise way each time between the time they grip their hands on their club and at the completion of their setup routine for most golf shots.
Also, professional golfers have trained their muscles to swing their club the same way during each golf shot-for most of the time.
They are not able to do so each time however, because each time a professional golfer mishits a golf shot, he or she moved some body part in a different way than from the standard routine or swung the golf club in a different manner during the golf swing- or both.