1-minute Balance for More Clubhead Speed
Golf Instruction • 1m 12s
Balance is important in the golf swing so that you can maintain your body angles throughout each phase of the swing. Doing balance exercises can improve your balance capabilities within your golf swing especially at higher speeds. If you have poor balance, you have to slow your swing speed down so you won't lose your footing during your swing.
Here is a drill to help you increase your clubhead speed.
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