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Practice swings can help reinforce sound golf swing fundamentals and mechanics. Making practice swings can also get you into positions that you may not otherwise be able to get into when you swing at a ball full speed.
Start with your fundamentals. Everything you do before you swing determines how well you strike the ball. With a poor setup and grip even the best golfers in the world will not hit the ball straight. Take the time to set up and grip the club correctly each time for a consistent swing.
Practice your posture with Shortee club. Although clubs are different lengths, the basic golf posture remains the same. One key point to remember is to try to keep your spine in a neutral position, not too straight or not slumped over. The purpose of the golf posture is to create a position from which you can make an athletic swing.
Alignment is the easiest fundamental to work on, and probably one of the most neglected principles of golf. A good shot is useless unless it is going toward your intended target. Rehearse set-up position with the Shortee club. Set up in front of a mirror and notice your hand position, the angle of your shoulders and width of your stance. Use a professional golfer as a model. Take care to get into an athletic position that you can repeat. Spend 2 to 3 minutes adjusting your stance until it feels comfortable.
Hold the Shortee club and practice placing your hands on the club. Place your hands on the club in the correct position. Hold position for 5 to 10 seconds. Memorize the feel. Take your hands off the club and then place your hands on the club again. Do this exercise 2 to 3 times.
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