Your golf swing balance starts with a solid foundation.
Golf Swing Balance
What’s up, GolfersRx, Mark Williamson, the Golf Yogi has some exercises and stretches to help you build a solid foundation by working with your feet and ankles.
We all have tension, knots, and scar tissue in our feet built up over the years from everyday activities. Use these exercises and stretches to help build a balanced golf swing, starting from the ground up.
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Here is another video from The Golf Yogi with golf drills to help you develop a balanced Golf Swing through movement. Just one of the many golf instruction videos we have at GolfersRx.com.
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