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Friday, December 23, 2011

Yet Another Indoor Golf Drill

And this one works with the body turn drill from yesterday.

This is pretty much self-explanatory, and it's a good drill to experiment with when the weather's nice enough to play again. But you can combine this with yesterday's drill by simply adding the chair in front of your lead leg.

One key point to notice about the position of the chair: Your foot isn't under the chair, but the chair is close enough to stop your hip from sliding past the outside edge of your foot. You may wonder why you couldn't just use a wall and put the outside of your foot against it. It's because your arms will hit the wall when you turn! By using the chair, you can make a motion much more like your regular swing.

Now you can not only work on your coil, balance, and finish inside, but you can eliminate excessive hip slide as well! And you don't even need a golf club... or nice weather...

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