Top shots in golf are often caused by lifting your chest or by bending the arms. But if you feel that neither of those faults appear in your swing and you’re still topping the ball on a regular basis, this drill will definitely help.
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Here is a simple drill to help anybody who is struggling with their down swing or their transition.
A very common swing fault is when players struggle to keep their posture in the back swing. Or they lose their posture in the back swing. Often you’ll see the left hip working forward, the left shoulder getting high...
Two of the most common faults are when either the clubhead moves first, or the upper body moves first to start the downswing. The cure is to learn to accelerate your hips to start the downswing with rotation and weight transfer and improve your downs
Avoid the inconsistencies of wrists delivering varied heights and often poor contacts, use your lower body to chip
One of the most common faults is “Over the Top.” It creates an out-to-in swing path, causing that hated slice, which so many players suffer from. Perhaps you are a slicer. If so, you probably know that you are coming over the top...
This article is aimed at players whose fault is Early Releasing, sometimes described as Casting or Scooping. Scooping will result in the club shaft leaning away from the target at impact, adding loft to the club, creating a high weak ball flight that
If you suffer from early extension, hanging back, early release or scooping, the problem might be that you dont align your pressure points correctly during a golf swing. This simple drill will help you to cure all these faults.
This article contains two anti hook golf drills that will help you control the rotation of your hands through the ball.
A common fault is that players try and overly control the club head throughout the swing. When players have this fault, they will have a lot of tension in their hands, forearms and shoulders in address. Try "3 Finger Drill" to fix this fault.