Understanding Your Reverse Pivot On The Golf Course (Video)
Understanding Your Reverse Pivot On The Golf Course (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

If you have worked hard on fixing your reverse pivot. We now need to have an understanding of how that reverse pivot or the lack of a reverse pivot is actually going to affect your game on the course, but it's difficult to understand what the reverse pivot would have given you in the 1st instance. I presume the reverse pivot would have given you potential to slice the ball potential to pull the ball on a loss of power. So if you're changing those things we should be getting more power better strides and straight to shots. Now it might take a little bit of time to adjust to those things but hopefully they're all positive things there's no negativity here. So it's a case now of picking out a really good target line and aiming straight at the target rather than allowing for the slice that you might have had in the past it's a case of expecting about to contact their full full distance each time rather than expecting a top or a fat.

The one consideration might be club selection in the past you would hitting the ball with full power efficiency. So it wasn't going very far now you're hitting the ball battery with better weight transfer and more efficient contacts maybe the distance if you're hitting your eyes is going to increase. So in the past you might of been 150 yards away and hit in a hybrid club because you weren't expecting to strike it well now from 150 with a good contact him obvious 7 and that's reaching the green all of a sudden. So these considerations need to happen the 1st thing to really be hit the range work out this reverse pivot out of your technique and then actually see how things are affected on the driving range is it going further is it going high is it going there more consistently and then when you take that to the golf course just trying to apply those new changes. So you can aim straighter you can hit the relevant club the relevant distance and hopefully you can do some more consistently getting rid of your reverse pivot should all be positive next time you're on the golf course.

2017-05-09

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

If you have worked hard on fixing your reverse pivot. We now need to have an understanding of how that reverse pivot or the lack of a reverse pivot is actually going to affect your game on the course, but it's difficult to understand what the reverse pivot would have given you in the 1st instance. I presume the reverse pivot would have given you potential to slice the ball potential to pull the ball on a loss of power. So if you're changing those things we should be getting more power better strides and straight to shots. Now it might take a little bit of time to adjust to those things but hopefully they're all positive things there's no negativity here. So it's a case now of picking out a really good target line and aiming straight at the target rather than allowing for the slice that you might have had in the past it's a case of expecting about to contact their full full distance each time rather than expecting a top or a fat.

The one consideration might be club selection in the past you would hitting the ball with full power efficiency. So it wasn't going very far now you're hitting the ball battery with better weight transfer and more efficient contacts maybe the distance if you're hitting your eyes is going to increase. So in the past you might of been 150 yards away and hit in a hybrid club because you weren't expecting to strike it well now from 150 with a good contact him obvious 7 and that's reaching the green all of a sudden. So these considerations need to happen the 1st thing to really be hit the range work out this reverse pivot out of your technique and then actually see how things are affected on the driving range is it going further is it going high is it going there more consistently and then when you take that to the golf course just trying to apply those new changes. So you can aim straighter you can hit the relevant club the relevant distance and hopefully you can do some more consistently getting rid of your reverse pivot should all be positive next time you're on the golf course.