When you are golfing, consider ditching the golf cart and walking. This is very beneficial to your health as you will be increasing your exercise on the course. Walking also keeps your muscles loose and warm.
Don’t wear sneaker styled golfing shoes if early morning is your preferred playtime, since the grass is likely still wet. Although you can find sneaker-style shoes that have waterproofing, most do not have this feature, and they will be thoroughly wet by the end of your game of golf.
The muscles through your entire body should come into play for the most powerful stroke possible, and your legs and trunk are most crucial. Swing your body around like a whip as you swing, and draw power from your legs pushing against the ground. Spend some time practicing at the range to improve your swing. You should be able to shift your weight, and avoid leaning backwards after the impact. Lift your forward foot slightly as you backswing, and step down with that foot as you complete the swing. This will give you a better idea of how you should shift your weight as you swing.
Don’t get caught trying to have an abnormal posture. Practice concentrating on the ball without using a club. Flex your knees, bend your waist slightly, let your arms down in a natural way. Clap and hold your hands together. If the position you are in feels awkward, it is likely not a good one. Keep it simple.