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Footwork For Your Golf Game

‘Work’ your footwork with a slow golf swing.  Pay attention to your Footwork For Your Golf Game.

When working on our footwork, and we should be, starting slow is key. If we start slow with short shots, we’ll be able to transition into longer shots with much more success. There’s nothing worse than going to the range with good intentions only to be derailed because we didn’t ‘take it slow.’

Footwork For Your Golf Game.

Mr. Short Game shows us a how to golf video using our feet in our golf swing. It’s a one, two, three drill that helps you transfer your weight from your back foot to your front foot.

Pushing off your back foot and getting through the shot and up on your toe.  Footwork For Your Golf Game.

 

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5 Responses to Footwork For Your Golf Game

  1. Brian October 31, 2019 at 9:01 am #

    you say “open your shoulders” but know that they open after you hit the ball. They are rotating but, still not open at impact in the video

  2. Dan Klusmann October 31, 2019 at 10:32 am #

    On a different subject I was hoping you might address something I’ve never seen before. This year I changed my driver swing to incorporate a “locked” wrist. Hitting straight drives is a premium on our course and this change seems to deliver the club head back to the ball in the same square position it had at address. I am hitting straight more consistently with no discernible loss in distance. Doesn’t seem to work as well when not hitting a ball from a tee but would like to also use it with irons if practicing it would yield results. Any thoughts, or is this just a fluke?

  3. Robert H Saunders November 3, 2019 at 7:07 am #

    I love this guy and his tips

  4. Christopher Gonzales January 4, 2020 at 6:32 pm #

    Brian he didn’t say shoulders need to be open at impact. He just doesn’t want the body to stall during the swing. Otherwise the arms will take over which results in inconsistent shots

  5. Bill Whitten March 12, 2021 at 5:38 pm #

    I liked your tip until you said you wanted the left foot, the lead foot, to “roll” on the follow through. I have always been taught the left foot should be flat to the ground on the finish for all swings, 50 yard shots to the driver. I realize many pros roll to the outside of their foot on the finish but I didn’t think this was the ideal position in which to be if you want to maintain stability.

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