GOLF #1 KEY SWING BALANCE

#1 Key for the golf swing is balance according to Ben Hogan. Remember, you don’t want your toes to be saving you from falling over!

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6 Comments

  1. Balance is everything when it comes to swinging a club! A lot don't realize that they start to lose a little bit of balance at the end of a round due to fatigue. Just something to keep in mind… great video!

  2. Great tip Christo! About 2 months ago, after a horrendous range session, where I was hitting an inordinate number of shots fat, I suddenly realized my weight was primarily on the balls and toes of my feet. I shifted my weight so I could FEEL the weight slightly more in my heels and instantly hit my irons more pure.. it's really that simple if you have a tendency to hit the ground before hitting the ball, shift that weight back.

  3. Agree 100%. I listened for a long time to the advice to keep your weight on the balls of your feet only to have it end up on my toes at the end of my swing. Now I aim to have my weight mostly on the left heel at the end of the swing. Ian Woosnam always exemplified this for me. In his prime he had a great swing that ended up with the weight on his left heel. The guy is 5'4'' and used to kill it off the tee. His balance was beautiful.

  4. Mr. G..didn't Mr. Hatton say that Mr. Hogan would wear out his insoles from gripping his toes?