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
How do good golfers produce stability in their lower half yet at the same time create lateral movement in their legs that support and drive through impact towards the target? - it's all about the ground pressure
Knowing how to use pressure in the legs and into the ground for longer can help eliminate the need to straighten the right arm into impact- and give you much greater control and ultimately more power.
One of my PGA Tour players- Harold Varner III has a unique movement with his right foot into his follow through. HV is not aware of it and is never trying to do it. It's a result of something I explain in this video- and it may well help you.
In everyday life pursuits- everyone uses the ground via instinct . It's a very non focused natural occurrence. But how should that be implemented into the golf swing? watch to learn
Tighter circles of motion create faster movement. Learn how you can maintain the swing arc better to help create more speed and much greater control
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