2.The knees-they provide flexibility
3.The hips-they power
4.The shoulders-they provide direction to the arms
5.The head-for balance
Golf tips driving is all about the pivot and the body, zone one in the golf swing. Follow the suggestions below, use the accompanying pictures, and let these drills enhance your pivot and your use of the body in the golf swing.
Flare your toes out, maintain a slight knee flex, get your tail back, and slightly tilt your back shoulder down. Your weight should be centered between the arch and the heels of the feet.
For a right-handed golfer, initiate the backswing by pushing the left shoulder over the right knee. Keep both feet on the ground, key on the right knee staying flexed, and allow the right hip to rotate back. At this point, your weight should now shift to the inside muscles of the right leg and into the right heel.
Start the downswing by keeping the right shoulder back (for a right-handed golfer) and tilting into the ball. As the trailing shoulder tilts, the feet, knees, and hips should assist in shifting your weight towards the target. Your weight shifts into the left leg and left heel due to the momentum of the downswing.
Always finish tall and with a smile. Footwork is essential. It is time to rest and assess with all of your weight on the outside muscles of the left leg for a right-handed golfer.
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