Gauging Your Golf Swing Tempo

Gauging Your Golf Swing Tempo

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One of the most critical concepts regarding our golf swing that receives very little attention, our swing tempo shapes much of the overall results found in our shots.

George Gankas golf swing training, commonly known as the GG Swing Method, continues to nurture the growth of golfers from around the world, due much in part to the practical, easy to learn concepts found in the program

Part of the George Gankas golf swing method focuses on optimizing the tempo in our swings, while being mindful to the unique attributes each golfer has within their own bodies.

The mechanics found in one golfer’s swing will often vary entirely from that found in the next.

Because all players have unique physiques, talents and shortcomings – optimizing our swing does not have a one size fits all option

As depicted in the great videos found as part of George Gankas’ online training academy, the tempo of our golf swings must mirror the characteristics that work well in our already existing golf swing.

With several decades of countless golf instructors striving to find the perfect way to swing a golf club, the closest we’ve come to understanding the mechanics tells us that the perfect way for one player to swing will vary from the perfect way for another golfer to swing.

The top players currently leading the PGA Tour have one thing in common, they all swing the golf club very differently.

As hand positioning, grip, swing paths and any other number of technical details differ between players mount up, it becomes obvious that there are countless ways to swing the golf club well and get the results we wish to achieve.

Only one element comes close to being similar between any golfer of merit, which trainers refer to as our swing tempo.

The tempo of any golf swing holds a key element to success in the sport, our motion repetition.

By repeating the same motions time and time again, golfers build up their ability to perform to their desired level with increase consistency.

Golf swing tempo can also be looked at as a form of timing, which can vary from extremely fast to considerably slower than most golf swings.

The repetitious part of our golf swing concerns the rhythm. This refers to the various transitions taken within a swing and how they meld together in union, which can be very smooth or disjointed to the point that it ruins our entire golf swing.

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