LEFT FOOT PULLED BACK DRILL

Some golfers have prob­lems swing­ing ‘through the ball' and get­ting a full fin­ish.

New Zealand Golf Magazine - - CONTENTS -

Bob McDon­ald shows how some golfers have prob­lems swing­ing ‘through the ball' and get­ting a full fin­ish.

de­velop a bet­ter turn or PIVOT through the ball ver­sus slap­ping through with the hands and wrists.

When you do this your hips have room to turn and open up and it stops them from slid­ing across. As your hips turn your shoul­ders fol­low your hips and you should fin­ish with a good fol­low through po­si­tion.

It is also a very good drill for cur­ing “The Duck Hooks”

It is in my opin­ion a great Drill for low hand­i­cap “Good” golfers. How­ever If you slice badly, I don't rec­om­mend you do this one.

↑ 01: Stand to the ball as per nor­mal

↑ 02-03: Pull your Left Foot back off the line one foot length so that the front of the toes on your left foot are in line with the back of the heel of your right foot.

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