In order to have ample Side Bend in the swing, the muscle chains on the Sides of the Torso need to be limber. If they’re tight, the torso will definitely be restricted and prevent the turning of the torso and also diminish Speed.
Here’s the best part: if you’re able to emulate this impact position, a LOT of good things can happen.
This blog is to provide you with increased awareness of the role of the target and how that awareness can improve your game significantly without you having to try changing your swing, which is enormously difficult.
Moving your center line automatically changes your attack angle from “steep” to “sweep” and helps you flight your shots the right way.
“When your vision moves around, you pick up feedback that makes its way into the hands and brain, and you overwhelm yourself with information.”
There’s a lot you can learn by watching how hockey players take slapshots. It’s no coincidence that hockey players are often very good golfers.
Martin Chuck at Tour Striker has a great drill for generating more power and demonstrating the proper position you need to set up your swing.
What if we stopped trying to fix whatever is going on? What if we just let it be? What if we surrendered and gave up trying to control it?
Tour Striker’s Martin Chuck explains how greats like Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Tiger Woods used a certain move to add power and distance to their game.