Getting Down To Impact With Good Posture (Video)
Getting Down To Impact With Good Posture (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

So in the previous couple of tips we have worked hard on setting up in the proper spine angle and posture, and then worked hard on maintaining that spine angle and posture in the back swing. Now we need to make sure that during the down swing we don't make any errors or mistakes that affect our posture or spine angle as we coming towards impact. Those 2 key areas here one is dropping down you're the one who's standing up the exact opposites of each of the railing. So from a good posture position with turn back nicely if just in the downswing we stand up this way chances are we're going to hit top shots in the cage and all block shots the same in the top is going to be the most prevalent because the hips suck under the spine angle rises. The left shoulder rotates up and was standing up at impact spine and goes to an incline rather than down over the ball as it should be stood up here the ball out to the right hand side. So we're called a position hips push back tail bone out chest stays over the ball that's going to be easier to get into a good impact position.

Rather than standing up the other consideration is the opposite of dipping down too much which could just be poor body weight position having too much body weight over the tip toes can cause you problems. So if you start off here and you get your body tired and swing your reaching forward you could feel like you're going to fall into it your spine angle inclines over the top of the ball too much. You end up just falling forwards shanks all sorts naughty shots that little pushes out to the right hand side as well can happen from the spine angle position. So working really hard on the original element we talked about was setting a javelin through your head through your spine out into the the tail bone and into the floor working hard on rotating around. Both back and through turn by turn through into impact rather than up or dipping any increase or decrease of spine angle is going to have some really serious issues you pull striking maintaining good spine angle is a great way of improving your ball striking.

2017-05-04

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

So in the previous couple of tips we have worked hard on setting up in the proper spine angle and posture, and then worked hard on maintaining that spine angle and posture in the back swing. Now we need to make sure that during the down swing we don't make any errors or mistakes that affect our posture or spine angle as we coming towards impact. Those 2 key areas here one is dropping down you're the one who's standing up the exact opposites of each of the railing. So from a good posture position with turn back nicely if just in the downswing we stand up this way chances are we're going to hit top shots in the cage and all block shots the same in the top is going to be the most prevalent because the hips suck under the spine angle rises. The left shoulder rotates up and was standing up at impact spine and goes to an incline rather than down over the ball as it should be stood up here the ball out to the right hand side. So we're called a position hips push back tail bone out chest stays over the ball that's going to be easier to get into a good impact position.

Rather than standing up the other consideration is the opposite of dipping down too much which could just be poor body weight position having too much body weight over the tip toes can cause you problems. So if you start off here and you get your body tired and swing your reaching forward you could feel like you're going to fall into it your spine angle inclines over the top of the ball too much. You end up just falling forwards shanks all sorts naughty shots that little pushes out to the right hand side as well can happen from the spine angle position. So working really hard on the original element we talked about was setting a javelin through your head through your spine out into the the tail bone and into the floor working hard on rotating around. Both back and through turn by turn through into impact rather than up or dipping any increase or decrease of spine angle is going to have some really serious issues you pull striking maintaining good spine angle is a great way of improving your ball striking.