Pointing the left toe out is an often overlooked, important part of the set-up. In the picture above, you can see that I am pointing my left foot out about 20 degrees at the set-up of my full swing. …And on my finish, my left foot is in the same position. Setting up this […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I pay close attention to my ball flights on all shots. Based on what I see the ball doing in the air, I can diagnose swing flaws before they become habits. The flight of the golf ball always tells me what my club-face and swing-path were doing at impact. “Slices” and “fades” curve to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Ball Flights
One of the most common causes of a faulty swing is faulty club-face alignment. To hit a golf ball consistently, you want your address and impact club-face positions to match. The best way to swing a golf club is to start with the club-face square to the target line. This will give you the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Club-face Alignment