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"Golf Downswing 
By ifelsegolf on Jun 07, 2012 05:32 AM
"Golf Downswing

There are several components to the swing, but one of the most critical of these components is the golf downswing. The reason the downswing is so important is because so much can go wrong with just a slight incorrect movement of the body, causing the golf shot to be ruined. The purpose of this article is to enlighten golfers of any skill level and give some Mizuno MP-53 Irons important insight about the downswing in addition to some tips to keep in mind the next time you’re on the course.
Don’t be in a hurry with the downswing. It is very easy to want to take the club back slowly and then step on the gas and unleash all of your power into the downswing by swinging fast and hard. This just isn’t going to do anything positive for your game. Sure, you can get away with a few swings like this, but overall your ball will not be hit solidly and you will spray the ball off the tee. Instead, practice a smooth transition from backswing to downswing and remember to swing within yourself. You would be amazed at how far you can hit the ball by backing off and thinking about swinging in a slow, smooth manner.If you have mizuno mp 57 you can control your golf ball much better . Don’t take my word for it though – try it!
Remember the three to one ratio. In general you want your backswing to last about three times as long as your downswing, but it’s important to remember that it shouldn’t be three seconds to one second.
Lastly, apply the “delayed-wrist-action rule” to your downswing and you will definitely enjoy more consistency in your golf game.If you have Ping G20 Fairway Wood you can control your golf ball much better . This is just a way of saying that your wrists do not turn over until right before and during ball impact. The same can be applied to the golf swing."
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