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Glossary

Some quick definitions of terms used on this site:

Pre-shot Routine: A set of habits that is repeated each time a golf shot is made.

Grip: The way your hands are placed on the handle of the club.

Stance and posture: The proper athletic position that prepares you for making a successful golf swing.

Alignment: The placement of the club behind the ball, aiming to a specific target, and the position of your body to complement the clubs position.

Intermediate target: Anything that lies on the ground on a direct line from the golf ball to the intended target. Usually something like a twig, leaf, divot, dirt; and normally one to three feet in front of the ball.

Practice Swing: A swing used to gauge feel and to release tension.

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