Perfecting Lower Body Stability In The Golf Swing

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Using your lower body for stability in the golf swing is extremely important!

In this new video, I’ll show you some of the common mistakes made, leading to an unstable lower body in your golf swing.

I’ll show you exactly **WHY** these faults are made, and more importantly, I’ll show you **HOW** to correct these key areas of the swing:

* Setup position
* Takeaway and backswing
* Downswing and impact

Understanding your faults and having a crystal clear solution on how to correct these nagging issues, will kick your game back into high gear.

**Let’s get to work on fixing your lower body issues once and for all!**

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6 Comments

  1. Quick question, when you say (at 10:00) that you drive the heel in to the ground, this brings the hips up and stalls rotation, usually bringing the right leg/hip out and having the back too vertical, having to reach down with the head and arms. Is it posible to drive down without straightening the right leg and having all of these happen?

  2. How can you shift weight with 'Neutral Joint alignment'? You have to pivot outside your ankles in order to shift weight.

  3. This is an excellent video. You know a lot of us amateurs got confused because a lot of instruction expresses how the lower body starts the downswing and clearing the hips. I know it has caused a lot of problems for me.

  4. I have a question. I am a 2 handicap but I struggle with my balance on the follow through because my left foot rolls over after impact. I'm not sure how to prevent this. If you can give me a tip to fix this I would really appreciate it. Thanks!

  5. I'm having a problem with my left hip and knee getting in front of ankle at impact. I'm assuming this is too much lateral movement to the target correct? Any drills to help me get into a better stacked position at impact? Thanks