By Adam Young

Whenever I ask amateur golfers the above, even if they have spent thousands on lessons before, they look perplexed.

Many will respond with answers such as:

• Keeping eye on the ball
• Following through
• Line up well
• Turning shoulders
• Getting into a good backswing position
• Starting down with the hips
• Etc

Unfortunately, while these things may have some relevance to good play, you can do all of them and still whiff the ball completely. In fact, one of my favorite things to do is to get amateur golfers in a lesson to tell me what they think is vital to good play, and then I…

Read the rest of what Adam has to say in this month’s Monthly Handicap Improver here: