Like your personality. Your videos are occasionally useful.
Dumb comment Billy!
William, your comments are NEVER useful or clever.
Colby, great hat.
Loved the Gumby reference. Wasn’t expecting that.
thanks guys i need all the help i can get i will do the drills
If you’re losing your balance during your swing, first check your initial balance at address. If you can’t tap your toes easily before you swing, think Greg Norman, you’re out of balance and WILL lose your balance during the swing. You cannot maintain something you never had to begin with. If you are in balance at address, the most common loss of balance is because the upper body (shoulders) starts first and far too forcefully instead of making a smooth transition where everything starts at the appropriate time and proceeds in the correct sequence. Tour players call it “parking” their shoulders at the top of the backswing so they don’t start prematurely. Torqueing your shoulders too quickly in an effort to maximize power will definitely cause balance loss. Force in the golf swing comes from the transfer of energy from one body segment to the next and the resulting accumulation of speed. The old adage still holds true- a good golf swing produces effortless power not a powerful effort.
Gary, PGA golf professional
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Love these simple solutions. I have this problem when I try to swing out of my boots so the feet together will greatly help. I also have this problem because of age and flexibility so I will try both of these to see if they help. Thanks
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