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Knowing your distances is important, but there’s more involved than just assigning a number to each club, particularly if you don’t have a repeatable swing that strikes the ball the same way every time. “Instant Bogey Golf” instructor, Ron Curran, shares his thoughts on finding the green with the right club.
I repeat: The beauty of the “thumbs-up/one-legged” swing is that it is reliable and repeatable because it has so few moving parts to get the swing out of sync. If you aren’t happy with your swing, you might want to give it a try.
It’s not that Mr. Curran doesn’t believe in fundamentals. He has his own opinions on correct stance, grip, swing and the like. But that, says Curran, shouldn’t be the end-all, be-all of playing respectable golf. The secret, he says, lies in three very simple principles…