Ground forces- Using the ground- The swing works from the ground up- Get the inside scoop on how myself and the greatest golfers ever utilized the ground in a way few are familiar with which enabled them to be balanced and aggressive
Snapping the left leg straight near impact brings a whole host of issues into not only the swing itself but also can cause injury. John Daly (above) never had to snap or extend his left leg in an effort to create power- such as other long drivers are prone to do.
Never try keep the head in the same spot- it can and will move based on how well we use the ground and turn our body. Find out more in this video
A full release asks for the entire rear side to drive and move with the release. Using the ground correctly in the downswing can help lead you to this added benefit of power and control.
Using the ground correctly is the ultimate way to control the longer clubs. It's not down a downward force. Tighter faster motion of the club begins with the footwork. Learn more here
Gary Player's walk through was not to do with poor balance- it was all to do with ground pressure and a level rotation Watch and learn why his intentions were great and this move through impact is nothing to be sneezed at.
Many people have seen my "board drill" in my social media posts. There are many uses for how the board can be used and for varying reasons- take a look inside an online lesson to see a couple that may help you.
See a student lesson utilizing the Boditrak system to learn more about how ground forces and pressures work and how using the "board"works in altering weight shift and pressure shift
I absolutely love this photograph of Ben Hogan. Everything is utter perfection right here in one still frame of his dynamic swing. What was Hogan's Secret? Read along and watch the video below to find out.
Pitch shots require a good setup in the right position and a stable body so that position doesn't move very much during the swing. Bad pitching is from too much motion. Learn to be stable in the lower half so the control comes from upstairs.