If you want to play your best golf ever, you need to practice like the pros.
One way to practice like the best players in the world is to regularly film your golf swing. Otherwise, you risk repeating the same bad swing habits that make it difficult to improve and shoot lower scores.
When you film your swing, you begin to understand your game at a level that few players do and can make adjustments quickly. Not to mention, filming will allow you to improve your short game quickly and still score well, even during “off” days. Regular filming will also lead to more efficient practice sessions and likely lower scores on the golf course.
But there’s an art to filming your golf swing and most players get in wrong (which could actually make your swing worse). Don’t worry though, we're here to help.
In this post, we’ll share the five most important reasons to film your golf swing and some best practices to get started.