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Fact: faster is longer. And Christo should know because he went from hitting on average a 240-yard drive to a 320-yard drive. 80 yard increase! He knows the secret to building speed into your swing. It all comes down to training those fast-twitch muscles through a much bigger circle.
What do Dustin Johnson & Lee Trevino have in come…grips and elbows. One small tweak of your grip will have you launching the ball.
If you have balance at the top of your swing you’re more able to accelerate at the bottom of your swing.
Do you want to stop slicing? Then make sure that you transfer your weight to your FRONT foot. One of the most common faults that cause a slice is keeping your weight on your back foot as to start your downswing and complete your followthrough. It stops your lower body from rotating. It causes you […]
Good footwork is key to a solid golf swing. Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Bubba Watson are great examples of players who have great footwork. The relationship between their feet and the ground is key to how they generate balance and power. In this video The Golf Yogi demonstrates three simple exercises that will get […]
Healthy feet on the golf course can greatly improve your golf game and the enjoyment of your round. When we think of feet and golf, our mind probably veers to alignment. Or ball position in relation to our front foot. Weight transfer might be at the top of your mind. All good things to consider […]
Your golf swing starts with a solid foundation. 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 […]
There’s a completely different approach to evaluating your attack angle with your irons compared with your driver. With your driver, you want to positive angle of attack (hitting up) creating less spin on the ball. You want a negative angle of attack (hitting down) with more spin with your irons. Creating a negative angle of […]
What happens if you play with a club(s) that has the wrong flex? The clubhead can enter the impact area at a different angle of attack, the club face can be trailing (leaving it open), and you can be losing distance because the shaft isn’t fully loaded. These are just a few of the reasons […]