Setting Your Body Position To Match Your Golf Aim (Video)
Setting Your Body Position To Match Your Golf Aim (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

If you have worked hard at setting your club face up so it is pointing at your target or target line. It is now also important that we set the body up parallel to those two targets. So we have now got the club pointing down here towards that red flag it is now important that my body follows suite. There's no point having the club in the right direction. If my feet and particularly my shoulders are not square to that and I think this again is where we can use the intermediate points ahead of us to help outside I've got my golf ball on lining up with a red flag my target line is something along those lines. Now again I'm not allowed to do that on the golf course I'm just doing that. So you can see it on the camera little better that would be a blade of grass or a leaf on the golf course that I can I am over the top of the club but really carefully behind the ball and I do my best at setting my body up to match and then at this point I muchly just go and see.

Line the club up and check that my body is all pointing parallel to those 2 lines so that I'm not for one line and my knees on my shoulders should be dead parallel. Now I stress the point my feet don't actually point at this ball they definitely don't point at the flag my feet are going to point about 2 feet left of the red flag that might seem a little bit pedantic over such a long distance but it's important I establish this idea of 2 parallel lines not merging or meeting a crossing. So that when I go putting I do the same thing this points at the whole this is my body line they should never point at the same point particular unsure becomes really quite important. So here it's a club down pointing in the right direction and then set the feet and use this club just to check over the top of those 2 balls like a slide rule or check I'm in the right direction and I can go ahead and confidently swing in that direction trusting that if my feet a good my knees my hips my shoulders are all lined up. I then can make the best possible chance at swinging exactly towards my target line.

2017-05-04

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

If you have worked hard at setting your club face up so it is pointing at your target or target line. It is now also important that we set the body up parallel to those two targets. So we have now got the club pointing down here towards that red flag it is now important that my body follows suite. There's no point having the club in the right direction. If my feet and particularly my shoulders are not square to that and I think this again is where we can use the intermediate points ahead of us to help outside I've got my golf ball on lining up with a red flag my target line is something along those lines. Now again I'm not allowed to do that on the golf course I'm just doing that. So you can see it on the camera little better that would be a blade of grass or a leaf on the golf course that I can I am over the top of the club but really carefully behind the ball and I do my best at setting my body up to match and then at this point I muchly just go and see.

Line the club up and check that my body is all pointing parallel to those 2 lines so that I'm not for one line and my knees on my shoulders should be dead parallel. Now I stress the point my feet don't actually point at this ball they definitely don't point at the flag my feet are going to point about 2 feet left of the red flag that might seem a little bit pedantic over such a long distance but it's important I establish this idea of 2 parallel lines not merging or meeting a crossing. So that when I go putting I do the same thing this points at the whole this is my body line they should never point at the same point particular unsure becomes really quite important. So here it's a club down pointing in the right direction and then set the feet and use this club just to check over the top of those 2 balls like a slide rule or check I'm in the right direction and I can go ahead and confidently swing in that direction trusting that if my feet a good my knees my hips my shoulders are all lined up. I then can make the best possible chance at swinging exactly towards my target line.