Right foot pulled back drill
This is a great Drill to eliminate “over the top” and across the line action. It can help to eliminate a slice.
This simple drill is also known as the “Closed Stance” drill. However strictly speaking it is not really a “closed” stance as the club is aimed as for a normal shot and the upper body is still correctly aligned parallel the target line. Useful for players who have a tendency to ‘spin out' ie pivot faster than their arm swing (common with young talented players) this is a great drill to improve Coordination and balance.
THE BENEFITS OF THIS DRILL ARE THAT IT WILL:
• Help to eliminates overuse of your hips and your body ‘hanging back and tilting under'. • Improve your footwork
and balance. I gave this drill to one of my regular students a year ago. He likes it so much he now plays all his rounds of golf this way and has reduced his handicap from 19 to 8!
STEP 2 Pull your right foot back off the line to so that the toes of your right foot are in line with your left heel.
STEP 1 Take a normal setup