Golf Lingo Moving Off The Ball (Video)
Golf Lingo Moving Off The Ball (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

As golfers, golf professionals, golf commentators we love a bit a lingo don't we. We will have a bit over the wording that we never would normally hear in any other sports and one of those things would be this concept of moving off the ball. You hear a commentator always moves off the ball and he's back swing with it what does that mean and does it apply to me. Do I move off the ball or should I move off the ball well let's just talk you through it we set up the golf ball here and we get our address position we would say that we are on the ball I'm largely positioned over the top of the golf ball. As I make my back swing I have now moved off the ball I've come too far to my right foot in the back swing as a right handed golfer my body weight should shift slightly to the my right but I don't want to have moved off the ball this far so generally considered moving off the ball is not really a good thing we'd rather make a rotational turn in the back swing here on the shoulder turn where we actually stay largely on top of the ball rather than moving and sliding too far to the right.

So when we take a set up and we take a back swing we're not going to move off the ball we're going to stay on top of it then we're going to stay down for impact and then we're going to turn through to a nice finish. So largely speaking with the irons and with the wages we don't really move off the ball too much and drive a slightly different drive is going to have a ball position position more inside the left hip in step. So already my head is slightly further back off the ball now with a driver also I can sweep and I can hit up on the ball. So with the driver I can move off the ball a bit more. This way sweep up and hit into the sky this way so high that I can move off the ball a bit more and then move back into it to launch it high into the air but that hopefully gives you an understanding of what the terminology moving off the ball is and how it can affect your irons and also your driver.

2018-08-24

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

As golfers, golf professionals, golf commentators we love a bit a lingo don't we. We will have a bit over the wording that we never would normally hear in any other sports and one of those things would be this concept of moving off the ball. You hear a commentator always moves off the ball and he's back swing with it what does that mean and does it apply to me. Do I move off the ball or should I move off the ball well let's just talk you through it we set up the golf ball here and we get our address position we would say that we are on the ball I'm largely positioned over the top of the golf ball. As I make my back swing I have now moved off the ball I've come too far to my right foot in the back swing as a right handed golfer my body weight should shift slightly to the my right but I don't want to have moved off the ball this far so generally considered moving off the ball is not really a good thing we'd rather make a rotational turn in the back swing here on the shoulder turn where we actually stay largely on top of the ball rather than moving and sliding too far to the right.

So when we take a set up and we take a back swing we're not going to move off the ball we're going to stay on top of it then we're going to stay down for impact and then we're going to turn through to a nice finish. So largely speaking with the irons and with the wages we don't really move off the ball too much and drive a slightly different drive is going to have a ball position position more inside the left hip in step. So already my head is slightly further back off the ball now with a driver also I can sweep and I can hit up on the ball. So with the driver I can move off the ball a bit more. This way sweep up and hit into the sky this way so high that I can move off the ball a bit more and then move back into it to launch it high into the air but that hopefully gives you an understanding of what the terminology moving off the ball is and how it can affect your irons and also your driver.