Play Your Best | Step by Step
March 09, 2016

Training Your Lower Body To Hit It Flush

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Photographed by J.D. Cuban at The Concession Golf Club, Bradenton, Fla.

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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