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​Stick your iron following these 3 super simple steps

Sep 17, 2018 3:31 AM
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1. Ground Your Feet
When you put your lower body into too much physical action, it makes you prone to losing your balance, timing, and rhythm. While you swing through impact, I would suggest that you plant your left foot in the ground. This way, your left leg serves as a solid post, freeing your arms and hands, allowing your club to hit the ball with intense speed. On impact, your left heel will feel most of the weight while your right heel, at the time, should be barely off ground. 
2. Maintaining Forward Bend
It is of utmost importance that you maintain the exact amount of forwarding bend throughout the duration of impact. Owing to this little trick, you have ensured a good strike without moving your spine angle. 
3.  Finish “Left” for Better Balance
As I mentioned before, you would feel most of your weight on your left heel by the end of the swing. At this time, your right shoulder must face the fairway while your hips face your target. This position helps you strike well every time. 
The only trick to it is not losing balance to attain the position, which is very doable:
All you need to do is to focus and keep your spine angle the same throughout the time span of striking the ball. Keep thinking ‘left’ as you complete your swing. 
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