'Golf Swing Basics' published on GolfWilson.com, breaks the numerous elements of the all important golf swing down to a series of easily executable steps.
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) August 04, 2011
GolfWilson.com, a blog about all things golf, has released several new pages, including “Golf Etiquette,” “Golf Swing Basics” and “Golf Tips on Chipping.”
The page “Golf Etiquette” from GolfWilson.com discusses the delicate nuances of adhering to certain understood and well established manners and modes of conduct within the sport of golf. Behaving with the utmost of courteous decorum and treating others with absolute civility is a central component of the game. The blog post explains in detail the specific expectations of golfers while on the green from manner of dress to accepted behavior. The post also goes on to discuss the originations of the sport and the ways in which this has affected the overall mood and attitude that governs the game today.
“Golf Swing Basics” published on GolfWilson.com, breaks the numerous elements of the all important golf swing down to a series of easily executable steps. The author discusses the importance of bringing a positive mental attitude to the green as part of the preparation for a winning swing. Only once the golfer has established the right outlook can they embark on the physical aspect of developing and perfecting their ideal swing. The page provides tips on a proper stance and grip, as well as the pivoting required for an effective golf swing.
“A good golf chip is an integral part of achieving a low golf score," proclaims the author of GolfWilson.com on the page “Golf Tips on Chipping.” In this blog post, the author outlines the fine art of golf chipping. The chip can be a deceptive practice, according to the page, as it is simply the act of pushing the ball a short distance down the fairway. Two common chipping errors are defined, including the fat chip and the thin chip.
GolfWilson.com was launched in May of 2011 with articles about the perfect golf swing. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of GolfWilson.com.