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  • 1. How To Fix Common Golf Problemhttp://howtobreak80golftraining1.weebly.com
  • 2. Five Drill That Ingrain Balance• Maintaining balance during your swing is a key to consistency. Outstanding ballstrikers rarely lose their balance. When combined with rhythm and tempo, balance is also a key to more power. If you rush your swing, you lose your balance, resulting in mis-hits and inconsistency. Imagine trying to swing a club while standing on ice. It would be hard to complete the swing. Even if you did, it probably wouldn’t go far.
  • 3. Five Drill That Ingrain Balance• so where does great balance come from? It starts with your feet. That’s because your feet help control how you shift your weight during the swing. Shift your weight improperly and your swing suffers. Do this often enough and your golf handicap suffers as well. By focusing on how you shift your weight, you can ingrain a better swing, one that delivers awesome power to the ball.• Below are five drills to help you maintain balance throughout your swing, along with some additional golf tips:
  • 4. 1. One Leg Drill• This drill is used in golf lessons to enhance a student’s balance and strengthen his or her front leg, so it becomes a solid post to coil around. Use a 7-iron for the drill:• Go to an open space where you can swing the club freely. Place a plastic ball where you would normally position a ball to hit a 7-iron. Address the ball as you normally would with your club in hand. Now lift your back foot off the ground. Balance yourself. Now try to hit the plastic ball.
  • 5. 2. One Hand Drill• This is another drill often used in golf lessons. It teaches you that your body weight should always shift in the same direction as your swing:• Find some room where you can swing a club without obstruction. Take your normal address position. Now swing the club back with your right arm only (left-arm for left-handers.). Swinging back one-handed forces you to shift your weight to your back foot.
  • 6. 3. Lift Your Front Leg Drill• We teach students in our golf instruction sessions that the most critical phase in weight shift is when the club starts down. The drill below targets this phase of the swing.• Take your normal address position. Swing the club back while lifting your front leg off the ground. Balance yourself there for a split second. Now start your downswing by stomping the front foot down, forcing your weight to transfer from your back side to your front side and setting up a powerful move into the ball.
  • 7. 4. Closed Eye Drill• You can practice this drill at home. All you need is an area where you can swing a club freely.• Take your normal address position. Now close your eyes and feel your balance at address. You should feel your weight on your front foot. Make a backswing and stop at the top. Feel your balance on the inside of the back foot. 
Now start your downswing by feeling your weight move to the front foot. Stop at impact. Your weight should be on the front foot. Continue your swing to the finish and hold, feeling your weight on the front foot, and tap your back toe on the ground.
  • 8. 5. Feet Together Drill• Hitting balls from a normal stance lets you make mistakes during the swing without falling over. You can commit all manner of faults—move your head, reverse pivot, sway— and still hit the ball. But hitting balls with your feet together makes the golfer make a perfect turn.• Go to a driving range. Now set up to a ball as you normal would. Take your front foot and move it next to your back foot. Now hit the ball without losing your balance. With your feet together, your body automatically finds the most efficient swing to keep you from falling over. Hitting shots with your feet together encourages a golfer to make a perfect turn off a single axis.
  • 9. summary• The drills and golf tips provided above will help improve your balance—a key to generating a better, more powerful swing. If you’re serious about developing a great swing, work on the drills and golf tips described above. While developing a more powerful swing won’t chop strokes off your golf handicap by itself, it can help you boost your game to another level!!
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