Open The Door! Simple Golf Swing Sequence Training For Power
Simple Golf Swing Sequence Training At Home
With Golf Monthly Top 25 Coach, Alistair Davies

Firing your body correctly is key for a repeatable and simple golf swing.

Winter is here for most of you and in the next few videos we are giving you simple golf tips and practice drills for your golf swing that you can do at home.

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aAn ideal simple golf swing sequence for power is;

Lower body lead the trunk and the arms, just like throwing a ball under arm. This is the most efficient way to sequence the golf that delivers power, decreases injury risk and is biomechanically sound.

This drill is really simple, and gives you no excuses to improve your golf swing sequence and increase golf swing power.

The process is this;

Stand in a doorway with your hip touching the slightly open door.

Rest your head on the doorframe.

Place hands across the chest folded.

Back a backswing by rotating the chest.

Now open the door whilst keeping your head on the frame until you come through to catch up.

You want to feel like the lower half is separating from the trunk and then the trunk is rotating through and allows the head to lift off the frame.

With this drill you can speed up the sequence to improve the firing sequence

Work on these simple golf principles and you will be very happy with the results Use these when you are home whilst you watch the golf channel and your golf game will improve.

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  1. Great drill, used this before, by the way, we're they knocking the building down while you were filming this? Nearly made you jump Al ;)