Brace against the instep of your back foot as you swing to the top.
When I’m not hitting the ball real solid, it’s usually because I’m swaying to my right during the backswing. That happens because my feet aren’t planted on the ground like they should be. You want your lower body to feel rock-solid so you can wind your upper body against it and store power for the second half of the swing.
A firm base also puts you in position to make a fast and powerful downswing without falling off balance. That balance helps you hit the ball in the sweet spot of the club, which translates your speed into distance. A good swing thought is to keep the inside of your right foot braced – especially at the heel – as you swing back. Justin Thomas,