Beginners should start with a light weight, generally using a ball equivalent to 1% of the body weight.
Steps for pitching: First, insert the thumb of the right hand (or left hand) into the ball hole, the middle finger and the ring finger are respectively inserted into the second joint is the most suitable, the palm of the hand supports the ball to the chest, the two objects hold the ball upright, the body is straightened, and the ball is loosened. Shoulder, focus, and start. The footwork is divided into 3 steps, 4 steps and 5 steps, and the 4 step method is more commonly used. Step 1: Step out from the right foot and stretch the ball forward; Step 2: Step out with the left foot, the ball is about 90 degrees to the body; Step 3: Step out the right foot forward, the ball will Position to the back; step 4 as the left foot slides out, at the same time lightly send the ball out of the hand. Be careful not to throw the ball past the foul line for the final step, otherwise you will be penalized.
How to Hook Hook Standing and Aiming Points: Hook sites are different for every golfer.
1. Stand with your right toe on the 10th plank (ie your left toe is on the 15th plank) and roll the ball over an arrow and a half or 2nd arrow.
2. Stand with the right toe facing the 20 planks (that is, the left toe is on the 25 planks), roll the ball over the 3rd arrow or the 2nd arrow, and adjust the strength by yourself.
3. Stand with the right toe on the 25th plank (ie, the left foot on the 30th plank) and roll the ball over the 3rd arrow (ie, the 15th plank).
4. With the right toe facing the 30th plank (ie the left toe on the 35th plank), roll the ball over the 4th arrow.
The above are the sites and aiming selection methods commonly used by ordinary hook players.
How to hold the hook ball: first insert two fingertips into the ball holes of the two little fingers, and plug them tightly, then insert the thumb into the thumb hole, it must reach the tiger’s mouth, the little finger is against the ring finger, the index finger is open, and the ball is held on the About 10 cm in front of the belt, the elbow is close to the waist, the thumb is facing the direction of 11 o’clock, the upper body is slightly leaned forward about 10 degrees, the toes are facing the direction of the ball, and the knees are half bent. Move forward in a squatting and bending position, because you can only follow the trend when you reach the last step.
Movement to assist walking: the entire arm holding the ball, if it is a 4-step walker, the arm must be completely straightened at the start of the step, the homeopathic vertical, swinging. If it is a 5-step person, the second step should be completely straight, and the arms should also swing vertically forward. During the process of walking, the upper body should not be bent while walking, and the chest and face must be kept facing the front of the ball. Balance must be maintained, the shoulders must not be tilted left and right, and the shoulders must not be rocked back and forth.
The action of pitching: At the last step, when the arm holding the ball swings forward along with the time of the step and extends its hand, the thumb first leaves the ball hole and instantly uses the upper arm to bring the forearm. The little finger hooks the ball, raises the arm in one go, lunges, straightens the waist, and pulls up, with the palm facing the back of the head. If the movement is complete and smooth, and the ball’s rolling line is controlled, you will have a perfect effect.