There’s a variety of shots you need to know in order to play excellent golf. While the situations on the course change, you’ll consistently need rhythm in your swing to make your shot great. When you have good rhythm, it’s easier for the natural momentum of your club to take over, resulting in a more seamless shot.
To practice, try this one-handed drill using the Educator. Set up to the golf ball with the Educator attached at a 90 degree angle from your target. Take your lead hand off of the grip, and gently swing the club to clip the ball off of a tee. Hold your finish, and look for the Educator from the corner of your eye, to make sure you’re in the right position. The more you do this drill, the better your rhythm (and game) will get.