1-minute Posture Check
Individual Flexibility Exercises • 56s
When you set up to hit a shot, you want to hinge from your hip sockets and not from your waist. This simple exercise will help assure you are keeping your spine straight.
Hold a golf club along your spine and get into your golf posture.
Bending from your hip sockets and keeping your spine straight.
Hold position for 10 to 15 counts.
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