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9 Drills To Do At The Practice Green & Driving Range | Golf Digest

9 Drills To Do At The Practice Green & Driving Range | Golf Digest

There are two likely reasons you don't turn your body enough on the backswing : (1) You're uncomfortable moving the top of your spine behind the ball, because you think you'll mis-hit the shot; (2) you're not flexible enough. But if you want to swing from inside the target line and generate more power, you should focus on making a turn at least 90 degrees behind the ball. Solution: match the shafts. Lay a club on the ground, inside your right foot and perpendicular to your target line. Take…

There are two likely reasons you don't turn your body enough on the backswing : (1) You're uncomfortable moving the top of your spine behind the ball, because you think you'll mis-hit the shot; (2) you're not flexible enough. But if you want to swing from inside the target line and generate more power, you should focus on making a turn at least 90 degrees behind the ball. Solution: match the shafts. Lay a club on the ground, inside your right foot and perpendicular to your target line. Take…

Many of you are so afraid of hitting it right that you swing way to the left. You're trying to steer the ball, instead of swinging through it. This creates a handcuffed release, which seriously limits power. Solution: don't hit the bag. Set your golf bag a few feet in front of you so you can still reach it with the clubhead. Make slow swings where you rotate your body and forearms through the shot, missing the bag (above right). If you try to swing to the left through the impact area, you'll…

Many of you are so afraid of hitting it right that you swing way to the left. You're trying to steer the ball, instead of swinging through it. This creates a handcuffed release, which seriously limits power. Solution: don't hit the bag. Set your golf bag a few feet in front of you so you can still reach it with the clubhead. Make slow swings where you rotate your body and forearms through the shot, missing the bag (above right). If you try to swing to the left through the impact area, you'll…

When I talk about the inside path, I'm talking about the downswing. You might think if you swing the club to the inside going back (above right), you'll be in position to swing down that way. But getting too far inside too soon encourages you to re-route the club to the outside -- known as coming over the top -- the very thing you're trying to avoid. Solution: check the shoulders and wrists. It's the job of your shoulders to move the club around your body. Simultaneously, it's the job of…

When I talk about the inside path, I'm talking about the downswing. You might think if you swing the club to the inside going back (above right), you'll be in position to swing down that way. But getting too far inside too soon encourages you to re-route the club to the outside -- known as coming over the top -- the very thing you're trying to avoid. Solution: check the shoulders and wrists. It's the job of your shoulders to move the club around your body. Simultaneously, it's the job of…

If your shots end up right of the target, your intuition tells you to swing more to the left. The most common way to do that is to hang back on your right foot and scoop the clubhead at the ball with your hands. But guess what? You just made your weak slice worse. To swing down from the inside, which will help straighten your slice, you have to shift your weight forward. Solution: separate from the shaft. Stick a shaft or similar object in the ground, and address a ball so the shaft is…

If your shots end up right of the target, your intuition tells you to swing more to the left. The most common way to do that is to hang back on your right foot and scoop the clubhead at the ball with your hands. But guess what? You just made your weak slice worse. To swing down from the inside, which will help straighten your slice, you have to shift your weight forward. Solution: separate from the shaft. Stick a shaft or similar object in the ground, and address a ball so the shaft is…

7 Faults Most Amateurs Make And The Quick Tips To Cure Them

7 Faults Most Amateurs Make And The Quick Tips To Cure Them

7 Faults Most Amateurs Make And The Quick Tips To Cure Them

7 Faults Most Amateurs Make And The Quick Tips To Cure Them