This simple one-foot drill will help your weight transfer and strengthen your game!
Weight transfer, power and balance are all key parts of a great golf swing. Take a look at this quick, simple drill to help you find the balance to get your golf game in perfect shape.
The Pinery and The Club at Pradera’s Director of Golf Instruction and Class-A PGA Professional, Jason Witczak, is back with student Elizabeth Carpenter for the latest in our video series, #GetGolfFit!
The third installment is all about balance and weight transfer in the golf swing. Notice how Elizabeth takes a controlled backswing to ensure her balance stays corrected on her trail foot, and when she strides out all of her weight transfers through the impact zone of the golf swing. Give it a try at home!
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One-Foot Drill for Balance and Weight Transfer:
What you’ll need:
- One golf club (mid-iron preferred)
- Take a normal address position, then lift your lead foot
- Take a slow, controlled back swing
- Pause at the top of the backswing, ensuring your lead arm is straight
- Maintain your balance with a very slight knee bend
- As you begin your downswing, take a slight stride out with the raised
- This should place your lead foot in optimal position as your club extends through the bottom of the swing
- As you stride, allow your weight to transfer with the swing of the club!
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