There are two approaches to achieving a better golf swing. There is improving your physical capabilities and improving your golf swing technique.
How many times has your teaching pro recommended a golf swing technique change and you couldnt do it no matter how many balls you hit? Its because you didnt have the physical capability to successfully make the change and repeat it.
For example, if you didnt have adequate core strength and flexibility, you would be unable to create and maintain the x-factor, or the separation between the hip rotation and shoulder rotation, therefore losing force and ultimately distance.
But by implementing simple, golf exercises it is possible to develop the ability to execute these key actions, which result in greater clubhead speed, force and distance.
Identifying your weak points, and doing golf-specific exercises to replicate the specific action will allow you to achieve the specific golf swing technique change effectively.
Ive seen some very simple, yet effective golf exercises and stretches that when implemented and done consistently can result in substantial increases in driving distance and accuracy.
Creating specific exercises related to your teaching pros golf swing technique recommendations can give you the quickest results that are lasting.
Suffice it to say the development of your physical abilities especially strength and flexibility plays a critical role in not only improving your golf swing technique but in hitting the ball farther and much straighter.
The bottom line your golf swing technique is dictated by your physical capabilities.
About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf fitness swing trainers in the country, author and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. Take a look at his just released golf fitness dvds and manual at his golf swing trainer site – Perform Better Golf.