IMPROVE YOUR TURN WITH A SOLID RIGHT SIDE
Stability is really important when you swing back. If your legs are wobbly and your body sways away from the target, or your posture changes from what it was at the start, you’re going to have a tough time getting the club back to the ball with any consistency.
Cameron and I use a drill called The Necktie to help improve my stability on the backswing. Here’s how it works: Dangle a club from your sternum with your left hand. Now pivot your body – hips and shoulders turning back together – so the clubhead moves from centred between your feet to pointing at your right foot (right). Feel your right leg acting as a support beam as you wind your upper body over it.This will give you a good idea of how the body should pivot – and not slide – during the backswing.
NECKTIE DRILL Hang a club from your chest and turn so the club points to your back foot.