Drill: Feet To­gether

This Drill is the sim­plest but in my opin­ion the BEST ONE of all. Not only is it sim­ple it is ef­fec­tive and quite pos­si­bly one of the most com­mon drills that a golf coach will give to peo­ple.

New Zealand Golf Magazine - - PGA OF NZ -

The ben­e­fits of do­ing this drill are many.

• Teaches im­proved bal­ance.

• Im­proved rhythm

• Im­proved tim­ing

• Im­proves your swing path due to fact that if you swing on the wrong path you will “top­ple” over.

• Trains a very pow­er­ful strike as when you get used to this drill you can whack it hard as you like.

THE KEY IS TO LEARN TO DO IT IN BAL­ANCE FIRST.

All you do is sim­ply hit balls with your feet to­gether or you could have them just apart if bal­ance is a prob­lem.

Make sure you fold your right el­bow on the back­swing. Do not make any spe­cial ef­fort to ‘turn'.

Fire both arms too im­pact and early fol­low through, and fold your left arm after im­pact.

Good play­ers “gone bad” have made a good “quick fix” do­ing this ex­er­cise.

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