What if I told you that in many cases, fat or thin contact, or a swing-path-club-face-relationship creating a fade or slice, can be traced to poor posture with incorrect bend and tilt at address?
Last week we asked you why you thought most regular golfers paid so much less attention to their setup than a top golfer does.
One of the biggest differences between Tour Professionals and regular golfers is the amount of attention the very best continually pay to their setup.
With all the new and exciting releases of golf equipment, it’s likely that many of you will be looking at buying a new Driver, searching for better performance that will undoubtedly include extra ... See more
Improving range of motion helps you make not just a better swing, but to recapture lost yards and consistency.
One of the advantages of youth is the ability to ‘separate’ the upper body and the hips.
Many golfers struggle to make good and consistent contact because they’re restricted or use their arms without rotating the upper body. Improve your range of motion. Improve your golf.
This year we want you ready to play better golf.
And the most important thing you can do to improve your golf swing is to improve your range of motion.
The golf swing has a lot of moving parts. Stability, as you rotate, is very important if you’re looking to make solid contact at impact.
Your Hamstrings consist of three muscles that do an awful lot to manage the operation of your lower body.
Tiger Woods once blamed a poor round on a failure “to activate the glutes”.
There’s a set of muscles that, if exercised correctly, will not only improve your golf swing, they’ll help to keep aches and pains away during your regular day.