PROBLEM: Improper speed and
timing of golfswing produces
errant shots.

During the golfswing, all those moving parts
must proceed with the proper speed and
sequence to produce good results.  This is
called tempo.

Poor tempo results mostly from swinging too
fast, either out of anxiety or the desire to hit
the ball as far as possible.

To correct tempo problems, try to swing the
club using the large leg and body muscles
rather than your arms and hands.

Hit with 80% of your power, using the same
effort you would use with a seven-iron.

Don’t rush the downswing.  

Take a full coil, start the downswing with your
legs and hips and let you arms drop into the
hitting position before turning on the power.
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