Hit The Ball Further

Chad Phillips

Chad Phillips

Golf Digest Best in Georgia, Top Junior Coach, Director of Instruction - Pinetree Country Club

Creating ground force reaction is essential in producing more efficient rotation velocity in your action. When this is achieved, higher club speeds are realized with the same amount of output.

Here’s how it works. From transition, you’ll be creating a downward angle in the movement of your body much like a spiral staircase, from your trail shoulder to your lead foot. Stabilize and decelerate the force with your lead foot, pushing into the ground and elevating your pelvis while rotating. You’ll end up in a well-balanced finish after generating and unloading increased speed into the golf ball. More speed, more distance.

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