1. Start with the three-step approach. I saw an answer above saying that the four-step approach is not bad. It all depends on the level of personal adaptation. Some people may find it difficult to learn four steps, and some people may find it strange to learn three steps.
The three steps are very easy, the first step is to push the ball out of your arms and take a small step with your left foot. In the second step, let go of the left hand (this is for right-handers, the opposite is true for left-handers), holding the ball in the right hand and sending it backwards from the bottom, while taking a step with the right foot. The third step is to send the ball from behind to the fairway. Don’t throw it, don’t throw it away, send it. The last step is very important. It’s a slide, which is basically a sprint. The foot slides out (but you have to stop your footsteps) and send the ball out at the speed of your body. Basically, the body will become shorter and shorter, the feet will become more and more curved, and at the last step, the left foot is in a 90-degree half-squat, and the right foot is placed straight behind the body. The last step is very important, the body and feet must be stable, otherwise it will be crooked.
2. Talk about posture. When the ball goes back, be careful that your hand is straight. This may seem ridiculous, but in fact, many people don’t realize that they may have bent their hands, or swayed left and right, so that when the ball is sent from the back, it will be crooked. Think of your hand as a pendulum, running down the ball, relaxing and not gripping too hard. The left hand is very important and is a pillar to support your balance. (If it is a left-handed, it is the right hand, and it is not the hand holding the ball anyway.) In the process of throwing the ball, the right hand is responsible for throwing the ball, but what about the left hand? After pushing the ball out of your arms, your left hand should be stretched straight out, in line with your shoulder, while making a fist. In the past, when I was weak and weak when I played, my body staggered, my mother said, imagine holding a pillar in your left hand, it will help you balance, and then it will be much better. The body should be straight, and the shoulders should not be exaggerated. The reason is very simple. If the body is not upright and staggered, how can the ball be accurately sent to the desired position? How else can you see where you’re aiming? The body must be firm, and the footsteps must be steady first. Therefore, it is a cycle. When throwing the ball, swing your right hand above your ear as much as possible. This is quite common for novices to do. Most people shrink their hands when the ball hits the fairway. This is not good, and the ball cannot go in the direction you want. Once the ball hits the fairway, swing your hand up above your ear to help with aiming.
3. Finally, let’s talk about aiming. Aiming is not aimed at the bottle, but the arrow on the fairway. This is indeed the case. The arrows on the fairway are indeed used for aiming. There are seven in total, the center is the most front, and then the left and right are three. But this can’t erase the existence of the bottle, because the ball still has to hit the bottle in the end. The arrow on the fairway is the direction to help us hit the ball, but when preparing, you should lean a little in the direction of the bottle you want to hit. For example, if you want to hit the No. 10 bottle, then you should lean a little to the right. But for entry , Aiming is still a big question. It is a very mysterious feeling. It takes a lot of experience to accumulate. Play more. This kind of thing can’t be rushed.