The Masters

Augusta National Golf Club



Training Your Lower Body To Hit It Flush

By David Leadbetter Illustrations by Todd Detwiler
March 09, 2016

Many golfers get happy feet when they try to take a healthy cut at the ball. They look as if they're spinning out of control, like a car on an icy road. A lack of stability in the lower body puts them in a weak position coming into impact. To consistently make better contact and finish your swing in a comfortable pose, follow these four steps for improved lower-body action.


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