Feet together for harmony

Feet together for harmony

The keystone to an effective swing is to harmonize the rotation of the body and the swinging motion of the arms. Hitting balls with your feet together is a simple and helpful drill that helps you to get the feeling of these two components working together, providing the drill is done properly. The key is to focus on the balance points and make sure you rotate your body and not just swing your club from side to side with your arms and hands.

Just try hitting a few sets of 10 balls with a 7-iron, playing the ball off a tee-peg to get you going. Then go back to hitting balls normally with a regular stance. Try and maintain the balanced feel in your full swing; this should help build consistency and control.

This is something that is very consistent in all good players so the next time you are at the range give it a try, but remember to rotate the body as well as swing the arms.



About Paul Thompson:

Advanced PGA Professional Paul Thompson is the resident professional at Powerscourt Golf Club in Wicklow since 1995. In addition to providing coaching on-site he also is a coach with The Golfing Union of Ireland. Appointments with Paul can be booked via Powerscourt Golf Club Reception: Tel (01) 204 6033 or the Golf Shop Tel (01) 204 6031. Read more about lessons from Paul Thompson by visiting the Powerscourt Golf Club Website.

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