1:26 min-Posture Drill
Golf Instruction • 1m 26s
On-Course Tip-Bend From Your Hip Sockets
A common problem among high-handicappers and even elite golfers is a lack of mobility in the pelvis and hip area from hours of sitting and lack of activity.
To maximize your full potential in the golf swing, you must have the ability to take your joints and muscles through their full range of motion. Performing exercises that focus on muscles that are chronically tight will help your become more efficient in your golf swing.
Learning to set up properly is the key to a better swing.
Bend From Your Hip Sockets
Stand in a shoulder width with your spine straight, holding onto a golf club.
Bend from your hip sockets as you keep your spine straight and set the clubhead on the ground.
Add a bit of knee flex.
Let your arms hang naturally as you grip the club
Your weight should be evenly distributed between your heels and your toes.
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