What is a Step Through Drill and How can Senior Golfers use it to Correct Their Golf Swing (Video)
What is a Step Through Drill and How can Senior Golfers use it to Correct Their Golf Swing (Video)

Well let's us talk about as the Step Through Drill. This is where we can encourage you to get the feel of hitting against the solid left side so, so important in golf to come into that ball and be solid keep out left. Well, the best players who had did the step drill was a guy called Gary Player. Now a lot of senior golfers out there watching this would be my age 50, 60, 70 years of age. And you'll remember Gary Player South African golfer one of the world's best players at the time. He used to hit that golf ball. When he hit that golf ball he used to be walking straight after as soon as he hit that ball.

So what he created was that as he hit that golf ball a sort of left side and then his weight was through, and he's walking down so he just always had good weight transfers. So how we're going to create that? Because it sounds, oh is it complicated? No, its not. Let's move a ball, and let's put it under my left foot. I put that ball under my left foot and what I want you to do now. I want you to hit this golf ball, and I want you to kind of step through. So here we go over the ball [Indiscernible] [0:01:03] This is going to encourage your solid left side of impact and swing that club back, swing it back and you see the right foot. The right foot is coming through. As that right foot is coming through the left foot gave me the resistance, the impact. The fact that the ball has gone and is and my foot has gone over. Well that's what Gary Player would have done. He would have hit that golf ball and against that solid left side and then through. This encourages a good solid left side of impact which is what you want where all the energy is into the back of the ball, more accuracy, more control, more distance. Go and work on it.
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Well let's us talk about as the Step Through Drill. This is where we can encourage you to get the feel of hitting against the solid left side so, so important in golf to come into that ball and be solid keep out left. Well, the best players who had did the step drill was a guy called Gary Player. Now a lot of senior golfers out there watching this would be my age 50, 60, 70 years of age. And you'll remember Gary Player South African golfer one of the world's best players at the time. He used to hit that golf ball. When he hit that golf ball he used to be walking straight after as soon as he hit that ball.

So what he created was that as he hit that golf ball a sort of left side and then his weight was through, and he's walking down so he just always had good weight transfers. So how we're going to create that? Because it sounds, oh is it complicated? No, its not. Let's move a ball, and let's put it under my left foot. I put that ball under my left foot and what I want you to do now. I want you to hit this golf ball, and I want you to kind of step through. So here we go over the ball [Indiscernible] [0:01:03] This is going to encourage your solid left side of impact and swing that club back, swing it back and you see the right foot. The right foot is coming through. As that right foot is coming through the left foot gave me the resistance, the impact. The fact that the ball has gone and is and my foot has gone over. Well that's what Gary Player would have done. He would have hit that golf ball and against that solid left side and then through. This encourages a good solid left side of impact which is what you want where all the energy is into the back of the ball, more accuracy, more control, more distance. Go and work on it.