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Thursday, December 22, 2011

More Indoor Practice

Sequence photo of body turnThe bad weather just won't go away, will it? Well, here's another drill I found at the golftipsmag.com site. This drill's called "Body Movin'" and it'll help you improve both your shoulder coil and your finish.

Best of all, you don't even need a club to do it. That means you can do it ANYWHERE!

One thing I really like about this drill is that it will help your balance and rhythm as well. It's easy to find drills that let you complete them even if you're off-balance. This one simply won't feel right if you try to do too much too fast. It teaches you how fast your body can realistically move.

I also like that the instructor, Frank O’Connell, makes a point that you don't need to "keep your head down." If your head doesn't stay down on its own, forcing it down won't make you any better. There are too many "do thises" and "do thats" in this game as it is. Focus on the important things and just learn how to make a good turn and finish!

And for all of you covered in bad weather... hang in there. Maybe the weather will clear up soon and you can take your improved balance out to the golf course.

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