Tag: hip turn in golf swing
‘Improved Distance, Accuracy & Consistency’
Although not being able to Follow-through does not determine how the ball flies … it does show that something in your golf swing maybe out of sync prior to the club meeting the golf ball.
Though, you can’t fix a bad Follow-through by practicing your Follow-through!
Not being able to Follow-through is an Effect of something else malfunctioning … thus, we have to look deeper into your golf swing to uncover what’s impeding your Follow-through … The Cause!
Where most Golf Instruction fails is that the Instructor tries to fix the Effect before finding the Cause … and that’s when the chaos begins.
In this week’s video … Marc will show what might be preventing you from moving through the ball. As well as demonstrating how you can dig further into your swing to find your own “Tour Pro Finish”
Golfers looking for more distance are often battling between swaying too much or protecting against the sway by standing overly stiff. Even the PGA & LPGA Tour Players have to work on balancing too much vs too little while they practice. So you probably should also!
We have found that the more successful the Golfer … the better they’re able to find the balance between power and control. The less skilled the Golfer … the harder it is to find that balance.
So how can you release more power while maintaining accuracy?
With this week’s video/drill, you can start determining how much is too much, how much is too little, and of course … how much is perfect for your golf swing.
‘Your Hips … Your Golf Swing’
Turning, Rotating, Opening, Clearing … whatever term(s) you use … you’ve been told to use your hips accordingly. In this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video:
- What’s The Role Of Your Hips In The Golf Swing?
- Are You Trying To “Turn/Rotate/Open/Clear” Your Hips Before Hitting The Ball?
- How Do I Determine When To Start The “Turn/Rotate/Open/Clear” Movement?
- Do My Hips Help Me To Generate More POWER?!!!!
If you’re curious to understand more about your hips in the golf swing … you’ll surely see/hear something different than the usual by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video