vendredi 25 avril 2014

Core Training For Golfers






Core training for golfers is a must for developing maximum power and distance.  As in all athletics, the core is your engine.  Everything comes from the core!  The modern golf swing is definitely a “core-focused” movement; unlike the older swing technique of lower body action dominant.

You probably have heard the term core training for golfers, but do you know what it means and how to implement it into your golf performance routine?

Your core is the middle section of your body…specifically your abdominal region.  If your core is weak or restricted in rotational flexibility, you will have a minimal chance at hitting long drives.

I see this all the time in the senior golfer.  No core strength or flexibility, resulting in  a HUGE decrease in yardage off the tee.  The senior golfer will say things like, “I’ve lost so much yardage off the tee the past few years”;  “I use to hit my drives 50 yards further”; “If I could only get 20 more yards I’d be happy”.

This can be a very frustrating situation; but one that can be remedied easily, quickly and in the convenience of your home with minimal equipment.  Improving your core rotational strength and flexibility does not require equipment in a gym or club.

You can do exercises as simple as grabbing a single handweight, getting in your golf posture, and rotating back and through holding the handweight in front of your stomach.  You can also do stretches right in your office chair.  Sitting upright and reaching around your chair, turning as far as you can to the right, then turning to the left.

These are just some very basic core training for golfers exercises, but they would give you a “kickstart” into doing a complete program for your core.

You will be amazed at how much power you acquire in your swing when you implement a core training for golfers program.  Even if that’s all you did for the time-being, you’d be way ahead of the game.

But my guess is once you start slow and easy, you’ll get the “runners high” and want to do more.  This does not have to be a gut-busting routine!  You can spend as little as 10 minutes a couple of times a week and see results.

Don’t put it off any longer!

Start your core training for golfers today!

Callaway Golf Balls





Callaway Golf designs, creates and builds top of the range golf equipment designed to make every golfer a better golfer.  Here at Golf Buy It Online we have a fantastic range of Callaway Golf Balls that can benefit every golfer.  Whether you're looking for a golf ball to help provide maximum distance or increased greenside spin, Callaway produce golf balls for every player type.  Callaway have received feedback from tour professionals such as Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson to ensure that their golf balls deliver high performance in the harshest courses.
The Callaway Golf Ball range features Tour i Golf Balls, Tour ix Golf Balls, HX Hot Bite Golf Balls, HX Hot Golf Balls, HX Pearl Golf Balls, Big Bertha Golf Balls and Warbird Golf Balls so there are plenty Callaway Golf Balls to choose from.

The technologically advanced Tour i Golf Ball provides the perfect balance of breakthrough distance and control.  The Tour i Golf Ball will be released in July 2008.  The Tour ix Golf Ball features 4-piece inertia technology and dual core construction designed to optimise distance.  The new HX Hot Bite Golf Ball features a softer, proprietary cover that delivers exceptional feel and control as well as a high speed core.  The new HX Hot Golf Balls feature a fast core, soft and resilient boundary layer, and a firm cover.  HX Pearl Golf Balls are exclusively for low swing speed and lady golfers.  The Big Bertha Golf Balls feature HEX Aerodynamics that helps reduce drag so your shots go further than ever.  The Callaway Warbird Golf Balls are 2-piece golf balls built for distance.  

All these Callaway Golf Balls are available at Golf Buy It Online where you’ll be able to find the best golf equipment from the best golf manufacturers at the best prices around.

mercredi 23 avril 2014

5 Tips on Choosing the Best Golf Sunglasses


One thing that is often overlooked by golfers is finding the right pair of golf sunglasses. Finding the best golf sunglasses for you is very important for ensuring optimal vision and achieving your top game.

    * Polarization - The most important factor in choosing the best golf sunglasses for you should be how much of the suns harmful UV rays they block. Ideally the best golf sunglasses will block out 100% of the UV rays without limiting your vision. Most manufactures will rate how much UV rays they block with a nanometer chart. The higher the nanometer rating the better.

    * Weight- The second most crucial factor in choosing the best golf sunglasses is the weight. Having a bulky pair of golf sunglasses can shift too much or even fall off when swinging a club, completely distracting your focus. These days there is an abundance of golf sunglasses made out of technologically advanced lightweight materials. The best golf sunglasses should be so light you barely notice them on your face.

    * Style- This factor may be at the top of the list for some in choosing the best golf sunglasses for them. After all, impressing the drink cart girls with your sense of style is pretty important. Some guys can pull off just about any look, but when shopping for the best golf sunglasses you should try a lot of different models on to make sure you don’t choose a style that doesn’t work for you. In finding the best golf sunglasses you will want to find which frame type and lens shape fits your face the best.

    * Price – Although some golfers spend enough money to feed a small village on golf gear, obtaining the best golf sunglasses for you doesn’t have to break the bank. Surprisingly, some of the best golf sunglasses we’ve come across are some of the most economically priced.

    * Where to buy- Typically golfing sunglasses can be overpriced at country club supply shops.

4 Ways to Beat the Long Hitter






1.  Hit it straight
Nothing gets inside a long hitters head faster then a fairway hitting opponent.  Chances are the long hitter is not the most accurate driver of the golf ball, keep the heat on by hitting the fairway as much as possible. If you have to use a hybrid club or a iron off the tee to keep the ball in the fairway, the mental edge of hitting the fairway outweighs the loss of distance.


2. Hit the green
Most of if not all of the time you will be hitting first, keep the heat on by hitting the green  If he knows you are looking at birdie putts all day, it starts to wear on him

3. Have a good short game
The short game is the true equalizer on the golf course.  If you have a sharp short game you can compete against any golfer on the planet.

4.  Ignore his distance
Accept the fact the he hits the ball 50 to 60 yards past you.  If you accept the fact that distance doesn't matter, you will have another psychological advantage.  What difference does it make if he is hitting a pitching wedge and you are hitting a 7 iron for your second shot?  Golf is all about getting the ball in the hole in the fewest strokes, not how you got the ball in the fewest strokes.

When you are playing a match against a long hitter, and lets face it, with the technology in golf clubs, golf balls, strength training and nutrition, guys are hitting the ball 300 plus yards on a regular basis.  The fact still remains that when you are on the golf course you are walking (or riding) with a bag of  tools.  It is just a matter of using the right tool for task at hand.  Does it really matter what club it takes you to hit a golf ball 150 yards?  Weather it's a 6, 7,8 or 9 iron should not matter to you, and your opponents club selection should be the last thing from your mind during a match.

The pride of the long hitters game is hitting it long, so the fact that you can compete with him without having to hit the 300 yard drives is already a advantage in your favor if you choose to look at it that way. As a short hitter you should focus on keeping the pressure on as much as possible.

lundi 21 avril 2014

5 Ways To Enjoy Golf More.





We all love the game of golf, but some times it is just as they say, a good walk spoiled. Here are a few ways to enjoy golf more.

1 Don't play the blue tees.
Unless you are at least a 10 handicap or lower, why bother making the golf course even harder than it has to be. If you are shooting in the 90's or triple digits, it makes no sense making a conscious decision to making the course more difficult.  Play the white tees and take the extra level of anxiety out of the equation.

2 Improve your lie
When you are having a recreational round of golf, there is no way you should be playing the strict rules of golf. The average round of golf would be at least 6 hours at courses all over the world.  Golfers would be returning to the tees all day after hitting there first ball out bounds, or searching for every lost ball for 5 minutes.  So if we are bending the rules to save time, why not bend them to improve your lie, something you can actually benefit from.  Play winter rules all the time.

3. Play different games
Instead playing the same match with your buddies, compete in other categories other than score.  Some examples would be:
Most fairways hit
Least amount of 3 putts
Most 1 putts

4 If it is your honor, take it.
You just birdie the hardest (or easiest) hole on the golf course, it's your tee, you earned it, take it. Challenge yourself to get another one, you will be surprised how often you can have two birdies in a row if you are actually trying to get  two birdies in a row.


 5 Lower your expectations.
If you are a average golfer you play golf twice per week if you're lucky, on top of that, you don't practice as much as you should.. You can't honestly think that your game is not exactly what it should be.  Just enjoy the game itself, don't be so hard on yourself when you're not playing well. Even the pros have bad days.

Enjoy your golf with tricks !


dimanche 20 avril 2014

Your Dream is A Golf Swing With Power ?






If you are one of those golfers whose idea of a golf swing with power is by making every effort to try and hit the ball as hard as possible, you are guilty of one of the most common mistakes made by poor golfers.

Trying to hit the ball as hard as you can will rarely give you golf swing power or the desired long drive. More often than not, you will note that the ball ends up going disappointingly close rather than further. In fact persistent efforts to hit the golf ball as hard as you can, will most likely end up giving you golfers’ elbow as you strain your unprepared muscles to achieve the desire of your heart.

There are two main reasons why this approach does not work in helping you achieve golf swing power. Firstly golf clubs have all been cleverly and specially designed to fulfill various tasks. And within those clubs, there are several that will help you gain various degrees of golf swing powered long drives.

This is the reason why use of physics in this situation (that is the right technique so that you hit the ball at the right angle and in the correct way to gain your long drive) works much better than brute force.

Secondly there is an amount of strength and power that needs to be applied. This can only come from muscles that have been strengthened and condition to achieve consistent golf swing power.

The real secret behind effective golf swing power is golf-specific exercises that help you to use your spine correctly as an axis to promote consistency in your drives and to keep you focused on the correct swing play. Only this can give you true golf swing power and much longer drives on the course.