A Consistent Golf Swing Demands Consistent Footwork•
Posted on September 14 2012
A Consistent Golf Swing Demands Consistent Footwork
Well nobody guessed the first “Name That Pro.” This one might be easier.
Your feet can be a great indicator as to how consistent your golf swing can be. It also shows whether your swing path is so out of line, that it is almost impossible for you to have good balance or quiet feet. If you practice at a driving range on a mat, listen for the noise produced by your feet on the mat. On grass see how torn up the grass is where your feet were. Always check out your divot to see if it is aligned with where you were aiming. Of course the best way to know how your swing is performing is to video your swing and send it me for a free analysis. Send it to email@example.com
If you hear your feet scraping across the mat, then you know that something is wrong like possibly over swinging, turning your chest violently, maybe sliding your hips or over excessive turn of the hips. As in this video below, over active feet can be related to a re-routing of the golf club on it’s path to the ball.
For consistency, quite down the swing. Less is more! Guess who this pro is first and you get two dozen golf balls!