Perfect Golf Posture Drill

Your golf posture may be the root cause of your problems.  The worst part about hitting it fat, then thin, followed by a pull, is there’s no consistency, making it hard to pinpoint the issue.

Before you go off and begin to overhaul your entire golf swing, there’s one place that you can begin to look.

Golf Posture

An inconsistent golf posture from address throughout your swing can bring in all sorts of inconsistently bad shots.

Now I’ve always found that working on my posture during my swing can be difficult.

In today’s video I have a super simple drill to help you maintain a healthy posture especially at impact where it counts.

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  1. John

    November 7, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    Sure do like your tutelage!

    Please tell me where I can purchase a cap like yours. Thanks. JD

  2. Gerry Roelants

    November 8, 2016 at 10:08 am

    One of the things I’m looking at is the difference in the length of clubs that have increased over the years. When standing normally and holding an iron in my left hand by my side, I have to grip the club two or more inches from the butt end to have the sole of the club resting on the ground. My old clubs that I used for years were a good two inches shorter and I now have to choke down on the clubs to prevent chunking shots and hitting behind the ball. I don’t think club manufacturers understand the problems they have created for golfers who have played the game for a number of years and have grooved their swings with shorter shafted clubs and smaller head on their woods.

    • Michael Riley

      April 1, 2017 at 6:55 pm

      Try Ping

  3. David Bloom

    November 8, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    I really enjoy these tips. Keep them coming.

  4. George Makar

    May 25, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    Have found a lot of hints quite useful, being 85 and problems breathing, I can use
    All and any help available.

  5. Raymond CHASTEL

    July 16, 2019 at 4:58 am

    On the course ,while playing ,you dont’t have an alignment rod to stick in the ground behind you .
    So stand tall ,you should see only the tip of your shoes ,chin up ,weight balanced on your soles ,neither the tips or the heels and let it go!

  6. John Brott

    August 28, 2019 at 5:51 am

    As a PGA Professional, I’d like to offer these observations: The player’s knees are bent to the point his thighs are working to support his weight and won’t be supple enough to allow the ideal in-swing action. This much flex gives way to the right leg straightening and the left knee moving over the left toe in the back swing; with the opposite occurring in the down swing (reverse pivot). Also, with that much space between his heels and the stick, his weight is too far back towards his heels. The weight being on his heels coupled with the scissoring effect of too much knee flex, his balance will be compromised.

    The red line, if it were drawn from his ear through his hip as it should be, would indicate the spine angle is too shallow, This causes the left shoulder to turn into the chin instead of under, pushing the head out of position requiring an exact countermove in the down swing.

  7. Barry Reeve

    February 8, 2020 at 9:49 am

    I have found ,just recently that if I bend forward a bit more, instead of standing more upright, my swing has improved a lot , the ball goes a lot further too. Uncanny.?

  8. Bosun Ojomo

    February 8, 2020 at 12:28 pm

    Maintaining o posture as described above appears logical for a good impact. Can you marry this with the advice of some Pro Gollfers who preach that one should squat during the downswing in order to achieve a solid strike. Please clear this confusion for me . Thanks


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