The pursuit of a repeating swing that will withstand the pressure of championship golf is a challenge for professionals and amateurs who compete at the highest level. Even the casual golfer realizes that the way to increase pleasure on the golf course, as well as shoot lower scores, is to make a consistent pass at the ball.
The best way to achieve that goal is through sound fundamentals. Although I have tweaked my swing over the years to find out what works best for me, I have remained faithful to the basic fundamentals my dad taught me when I was barely old enough to swing a golf club. Those fundamentals-grip, posture, stance and setup-are the foundation for a good swing and often the difference between the high and low handicapper.