Written by Robert Preston
Golf is a game that can be played by nearly all ages. While some seniors can maintain their swings throughout their playing careers, many find that as they age flexibility is reduced, making it difficult to continue swinging in the way in which they are accustomed. By learning to make the necessary adjustments to a swing to account for a loss in flexibility, a senior can begin to get the most out of his new swing and shoot as low as possible.
Position the ball farther forward in your golf swing than normal when hitting a ball off of the tee. Setting the ball forward allows you to strike at the start of the upswing, making it easier to…
This article was sourced from GolfWeek.