30 Days To Better Golf | Driving
March 12, 2016

Day 30: 2 Master Keys For Solid Strikes

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Good ballstriking comes from having a consistent low point in your swing. One key to having control over your low point is keeping your head and posture steady. For most amateurs, this means resisting the urge to stand up. You also need to keep your arms extended through the impact zone. If your arms are bent as you approach the ball, you're going to have to make some drastic adjustments with your body to achieve any sort of contact. Feel your arms stretching at the elbow joints as you swing down and through the ball.


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