Finding The Right Spine Angle For Your Golf Game (Video)
Finding The Right Spine Angle For Your Golf Game (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

In order to be able to maintain the golf swing we have really got ensure that we have created the correct spine angle in the first instance. In golf it is not really that easy to create the perfect spine angle in the first place because all of our clubs are at different lengths. So our spine angle is going to be quite different whether we've got a wedge or whether we've got a driver but we can actually use the length of the club to help dictate the spine angle we use. For example if we have a very short club we might be more tilted over and a very long club we might be still a partly tall. So let's use the club to help us out when the 1st consideration should be setting yourself the correct distance from the ball I like to use a technique where I set my club up and then I hold the club and it lands just above my front knee. So my left knee is a right handed golf for about 2 inches above my knee that's how far the ball I should stand if I was too far away would be too low and that would encourage me to lean over too much too close it be too high or be stood up through tall.

So just above my knee seems to be perfect and I hold the golf club nicely out in front of my body here to the golf club point my belly button a little bit of knee flex and now I simply tilt my hips. Now it's quite important from my hips and not from my waist bending at the waist would encourage a poor position very poor spine angle so bending at the hips is the important thing a push the tail bone out tilting coming down towards a golf ball and setting up there. So I've got my distance away from the ball but it hasn't changed inclinations from the hips pushing my bum back creating that good spine angle my spine should be quite flat shouldn't be rolled over too much either. So I've got a good spine angle and set the right distance away from the ball and I've got good spine angle from there I can maintain it and create a turn as you try that with a longer and shorter clubs with your wedge. Like I suggested you'd be a little bit nearer and then you'd be a little bit more tilted over and with the driver a little bit further away you might feel like you can stay up a little bit taller because the clubs a little bit longer but use the same concept of points in the club but you're barely able to tilt thing pushing your hips back all the way. That will help your spine angle position once you've got your spine angle set you can then work hard to maintain that.

2017-05-04

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

In order to be able to maintain the golf swing we have really got ensure that we have created the correct spine angle in the first instance. In golf it is not really that easy to create the perfect spine angle in the first place because all of our clubs are at different lengths. So our spine angle is going to be quite different whether we've got a wedge or whether we've got a driver but we can actually use the length of the club to help dictate the spine angle we use. For example if we have a very short club we might be more tilted over and a very long club we might be still a partly tall. So let's use the club to help us out when the 1st consideration should be setting yourself the correct distance from the ball I like to use a technique where I set my club up and then I hold the club and it lands just above my front knee. So my left knee is a right handed golf for about 2 inches above my knee that's how far the ball I should stand if I was too far away would be too low and that would encourage me to lean over too much too close it be too high or be stood up through tall.

So just above my knee seems to be perfect and I hold the golf club nicely out in front of my body here to the golf club point my belly button a little bit of knee flex and now I simply tilt my hips. Now it's quite important from my hips and not from my waist bending at the waist would encourage a poor position very poor spine angle so bending at the hips is the important thing a push the tail bone out tilting coming down towards a golf ball and setting up there. So I've got my distance away from the ball but it hasn't changed inclinations from the hips pushing my bum back creating that good spine angle my spine should be quite flat shouldn't be rolled over too much either. So I've got a good spine angle and set the right distance away from the ball and I've got good spine angle from there I can maintain it and create a turn as you try that with a longer and shorter clubs with your wedge. Like I suggested you'd be a little bit nearer and then you'd be a little bit more tilted over and with the driver a little bit further away you might feel like you can stay up a little bit taller because the clubs a little bit longer but use the same concept of points in the club but you're barely able to tilt thing pushing your hips back all the way. That will help your spine angle position once you've got your spine angle set you can then work hard to maintain that.