Bryan Geiberger

For newer golfers, the setup is what causes the most impact when it comes to hitting a golf ball where you want it to go. A lot of people are unsure of how to setup properly to a golf ball. Bryan Geiberger of the Crossings @ Carlsbad gives us FIVE easy steps to take to ensure a consistent, but successful setup each and every time. Do this with Bryan a couple of times and it will come second nature to you! Bryan is an instructor at The Crossings and he works a lot with Juniors and golfers who are newer to the game. The confidence, consistency and improvement rate increases if you have your setup in the right positions.

 

The Lesson

Geiberger explains that the setup should form the letters “I”, “Y”, “A”, and “L” in order to ensure a successful swing with a toe tap at the end of the swing. He also suggests using an alignment stick to help keep the body centered and to help with contact. Once you swing through your body should be on the front side of the alignment stick. The final method includes a club twirl in order to keep good arm structure instead of allowing yourself to collapse.

The Benefits

The golf setup lesson offered by Bryan Geiberger at the Crossings at Carlsbad is beneficial for beginners and juniors who are looking to improve their golf game. By following the instructions and using the techniques, golfers can ensure that they have a good foundation for their golf swing and can hit better shots with more consistency.

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Conclusion

Golfers of all levels can benefit from the golf setup lesson offered by Bryan Geiberger. By following the instructions and techniques, you can create a better and more consistent setup for your game.

More About CROSSINGS @ CARLSBAD

The 6,835 yard public golf course was designed by Greg Nash, a nationally recognized course designer/architect and features multiple options and terrain to challenge golfers of all skill levels. The Crossings at Carlsbad is an 18-hole championship golf course, nestled among the natural habitat and wildlife on more than 400 acres of Carlsbad’s coastal terrain and named for the five bridges – or crossings – that were designed into the layout to meet existing environmental and topographic conditions.

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