What Is The Best Follow Through And Finish Position For Straight Golf Drives (Video)
What Is The Best Follow Through And Finish Position For Straight Golf Drives (Video)

What is the best follow through and finish position for straight golf drives? Now when you’re looking to hit straight golf shots you need a very good back swing, a very good down swing, and a very good transition into the impact area. Now check out the website for the videos on those areas. This is specifically focused on the area after impact the follow through and the finish position.

Now at the end of the day after you’ve hit the ball you can do anything you want with your follow through and your finish position. The ball has already left the club face and is already travelling on towards its target, there’s nothing you can now do to affect it. However you can look at someone’s follow through and someone’s finish position and you can read what’s actually happened at the point of impact. So if you can mimic certain positions on the way through, it can actually translate and cause the impact position and even beyond back actually to become better. What you want to be seeing on the follow through is the ball to have been hit obviously hopefully a long way nice and straight but you want the hips to continue to turn as they should have been during the downswing. The actual club to be turning and releasing as well as the body as it releases and turns through. And you can also see here on my weight after staying a little bit behind the point of impact with a driver to sweep up in the air, has now started to transfer through fully onto the front foot. My right heel is starting to rise off the ground and I’m now getting right up on the toe. So I’ve turned fully through, I’m extending my arms, and I’m allowing the club face to continue to release as I turn my body. From there I want to continue to extend until my chest and my belt buckle are all facing down towards the target. At the actual end of the swing at the top of the follow through, you want to be fully turned fully extended, eyes, chest, belt all facing down towards the target in a nice balanced position. If you become slightly unbalanced it could give a clue to what’s actually gone on in the swing before and it might not be quite balanced at the point of impact or beyond. But just try and hit those positions in the follow through and it might actually affect and improve what’s gone before. And if anything if you can hit those positions and get into that full balance follow through a couple of fairways away they’re going to think you got a fantastic swing even if they can’t quite see where the ball has gone. However if you can get those positions it should also help improve the impact factors that you see.
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What is the best follow through and finish position for straight golf drives? Now when you’re looking to hit straight golf shots you need a very good back swing, a very good down swing, and a very good transition into the impact area. Now check out the website for the videos on those areas. This is specifically focused on the area after impact the follow through and the finish position.

Now at the end of the day after you’ve hit the ball you can do anything you want with your follow through and your finish position. The ball has already left the club face and is already travelling on towards its target, there’s nothing you can now do to affect it. However you can look at someone’s follow through and someone’s finish position and you can read what’s actually happened at the point of impact.

So if you can mimic certain positions on the way through, it can actually translate and cause the impact position and even beyond back actually to become better. What you want to be seeing on the follow through is the ball to have been hit obviously hopefully a long way nice and straight but you want the hips to continue to turn as they should have been during the downswing. The actual club to be turning and releasing as well as the body as it releases and turns through.

And you can also see here on my weight after staying a little bit behind the point of impact with a driver to sweep up in the air, has now started to transfer through fully onto the front foot. My right heel is starting to rise off the ground and I’m now getting right up on the toe. So I’ve turned fully through, I’m extending my arms, and I’m allowing the club face to continue to release as I turn my body. From there I want to continue to extend until my chest and my belt buckle are all facing down towards the target.

At the actual end of the swing at the top of the follow through, you want to be fully turned fully extended, eyes, chest, belt all facing down towards the target in a nice balanced position. If you become slightly unbalanced it could give a clue to what’s actually gone on in the swing before and it might not be quite balanced at the point of impact or beyond.

But just try and hit those positions in the follow through and it might actually affect and improve what’s gone before. And if anything if you can hit those positions and get into that full balance follow through a couple of fairways away they’re going to think you got a fantastic swing even if they can’t quite see where the ball has gone. However if you can get those positions it should also help improve the impact factors that you see.