A good golf swing has three parts: 1. the backswing. 2. impact position. and 3. follow through.
Impact is Everything, focus on it, embrace it.
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What do all great golfers have in common?
Backswing and follow-through are varied across the golfer landscape, from Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player. Tempo and length of backswing are different from Tony Finau, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, and Bryson DeChambeau to name just a few. The one thing that is consistent and makes them all great players is “Impact” and you embrace it by making it your focus. That is why when pros start their warm-up sessions they start with small chipping shots to feel the position of impact at slow speed before they get up to full speed.
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Community Mission: With every purchase, a portion of that sale goes towards impacting kids in underserved areas embracing them and bringing them to golf by supporting programs like Youth on Course, the First Tee, and local programs that allow access to golf. The life lessons golf teaches and is instilled in our youth are invaluable and lasting; etiquette, manners, sportsmanship, honesty, and camaraderie. We encourage golf course owners and operators to “Embrace the Impact” that these programs make in our communities.