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1 The IG OOK of Golf Drills 1

2 WELOME Finally.a complete resource that will help every level of golfer to permanently change how you play the game of golf. How? ecause it is designed to address the issue at hand-nothing more and nothing less. You will not have to buy another golf swing trainer, take another lesson or suffer through a round where your golf swing isn t working. If you have a slice, a hook, some issues with posture or problems with putting, we have you covered. This book is designed to use as a reference guide. Since your golf game is always changing, you may use a few drills one week to address an issue and use a different set in another month or two. If you have a tough day on the course, then pull out a simple drill and work it out on the driving range that afternoon or early the next morning. Each drill is categorized by either its phase of the swing or as it relates to a swing fault. Sometimes it is in both areas so it is easy to find regardless of where you look. Drills are also categorized by whether it is appropriate for a beginner, intermediate or advanced player. Some drills are universal and applicable to all golfers while others are targeted for their level of play. Isn t it time a self help program was available for all golfers? We look forward to hearing of your progress and using our drills to become the best player you can be. Enjoy your golf drills! 2

3 TLE OF ONTENTS Set Up Drills... 4 Posture Drills... 7 Synchronization Drills Pivot/Rotation Drills Putting Drills Speed and Power Drills Timing and Rhythm Drills Swing Fault Drills Phases of the Swing Drills

4 Set Up Drills : proper set up is the foundation to your golf swing. The Fix for: Poor Grip -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Square lubface Drill For square clubface at address. Leading edge is at right angles with target line. *Hold club straight up in front of you so that the leading edge points to 12 o clock. Hold it in this position and when dropping it down, it will be square. Left Hand Drill To feel the grip in the fingers of your left hand and to make sure the back of your left hand matches the clubface. * Place the club diagonally in front of you, across your body. Grip the club in your fingers, making sure the back of your left hand matches the clubface. Grip Drill 1 Grip Drill 11 For retaining constant grip pressure and not losing the grip. *Hold out a club with the right hand at 45 degrees at the down end of the grip. Position your left hand with lines on the glove on the grip. Grip with your right hand in your fingers. The line between the index finger and thumb points towards right eye. You can see two knuckles left. *Put a coin on your left thumb. Try to keep the coin in its place through slight pressure of your right hand. 4

5 Square lub Face Drill II To square an open clubface. *Grab your right elbow with your left hand. Swing with one arm and feel a closed clubface. dvanced Grip Drill For correct grip. void grips that are too thick. The 3 rd and 4 th finger should touch or slightly go into the palm. *Take your posture and let arms hang naturally. Place club on the ground so that the back of your left hand and the clubface are parallel. Then grip the club so that this relationship remains. ring the club to the middle of your stance and then finish your grip by positioning the right hand on the grip. Grip it more in the fingers of your right hand. 5

6 The Fix for: Poor Weight Distribution at ddress -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner alance heck orrect weight distribution. Not too far on the heels. Weight should be distributed on the balls of your feet. * Picture a line from the middle of your shoulder past the knee cap to the balls of your feet. alance Drill 1 When there is too much weight on the toes. For correct posture and correct Spine-angle. *Swing with a ball under your toes. alance Drill 11 When too much weight is towards your heels *Swing with a ball under your heels. Pre-Swing Drill It is important to keep in motion. Waggle. *Waggle You should waggle over the ball. You feel the club head and go from one heel to the other. There is a constant motion before you start. fter three there is a little kick with your right knee and off you go. Swing Flow Drill When you are too tense or freezing. For loosening up your muscles. *Start your backswing at the point past impact the 4 o clock position. 6

7 Posture Drills : Establish good posture as the lifeblood of a solid golf swing. The Fix for: Poor Posture -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Posture Drills Retaining angles and balance *ddress ball with feet shoulders width apart. Flex your knees. Hold the club straight out, let arms fall until they come to a stop. Then bend from hip socket. Finally, chin up. alance check orrect weight distribution. Not too far on the toes, not on the heels. Weight should be distributed on the balls of your feet. * Picture a line from the middle of your shoulders past the knee cap to the balls of the feet. Setup Drill For a consistent set up *Place a nerf ball between your forearms to get a feeling of connectedness. 7

8 Synchronization Drills : Get the body to work together as a unit in the goal swing. The Fix for: Swing is Out of Sync -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Takeaway Drill I Early stages are important. They set things for the rest of the swing. rms and body together so that we can establish right plane. To keep length between arms and body. * Shaft on ground from left heel to right toes. Move away and make sure that butt end of the club points to the navel. When your club is parallel to the club on the ground then you are in the right position. fter two to three feet the shafts are parallel. Sync-Drill 1 Synchronization of body and arms. * hoke down on a club and put butt end into your navel. Initiate a few practice swings with this link between body and arms. Sync Drill 11 rms and body should work together for a compact swing. * Put a towel under your arm pits. Make only half shots from a teepeg with a short iron. 8

9 Sync Drill 111 For linkage and synchronization of body (chest and arms) * Make half-swings one foot above ground with soccer ball between your elbows. -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Towel Drill Synchronization of arms and body * Put a towel under your arms and make half-swings only with a short iron. Left rm Drill To feel contact between body and left upper arm. onnection and body release. * Left arm is tight at the chest. Feel how the body squares the clubhead. 9

10 The Fix for: Loss of ody ngles -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Pivot-Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turn. Loss of body angles. * Turn back into your right leg and keep that flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On the downswing, move your lower body by starting your left knee toward the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Pivot-Drill III To maintain a good posture Position throughout the swing. To stay down and retain angles. *Pivot drill with club behind the shoulders. ut be sure to hold the finish position. alance Drill I When too much weight on toes. For correct posture and correct spine angle. * Swing with a ball under your toes. alance Drill II When too much weight towards your heels. * Swing with a ball under your heels. 10

11 -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner hair Drill To maintain spine angle. To limit rotational move of hips. To quiet the lower body and to maintain leg flex. *Take your set up and place a chair behind your backside. Then take normal swings and feel the chair as required. Shoulder Drill To retain the angles and get right side into motion. *Pivot drill with club behind the shoulders. ut be sure to hold the finish position. 11

12 Pivot-Rotation Drills : Learn good body motion and a proper pivot. The Fix for: Poor Pivot -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Senior Drill If you are tight or older and not able to turn properly. Modified set up position. * Put the ball in the middle of your stance or a bit forward. Your right foot should be turned outwards and pulled back a little bit. Flexibility Drill Exercises for flexibility * Put a club behind your back. Turn back and stretch. Hold this position for a few seconds. Turning Drill T o experience a full turn. * Put hands on your hips and keep turning. Guard that your hips so they stay level. 12

13 The Fix for: Improve Movement at the Hips -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Weight transfer Drill You should feel that your left hip moves in and behind the ball. Get weight correctly into your right side. Reverse pivot. * Hold left hip with right hand. Left arm hangs in a normal relaxed position. Simply pull the left hip back and across and you see as you complete your backswing turn, your left hip has moved from its original position. You have to feel that your left hip moves in and behind. hair-drill To maintain spine angle. T o limit rotational move of hips. T o quiet lower body and to maintain the leg flex. * Take your set up and place a chair behind your backside. Then make normal swings and feel the chair as required. Opposite-Hips- Drill When hips turn too quickly at the beginning of your backswing. * Turn the hips into the opposite direction at the beginning of your swing Left Resistance Drill We need a sensation of resistance in your left side. * Let your arms hang down without club, and then let your right arm swing under straight left arm. 13

14 Slide-ack-Drill If right hip shoots out at Just before impact. * Just slide your right foot backwards as you approach the ball. e careful with this drill! Keep In Touch Drill If right hip turns too quickly in the downswing. If it "shoots out". * Put a chair against your right cheek of your backside and keep in touch as long as possible. 14

15 The Fix for: Poor Transition -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Pivot-Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turn. Loss of body angles. * Turn back into your right leg and keep that flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On the downswing, move your lower body by starting your left knee toward the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Pivot-Drill III To maintain a good posture Position throughout the swing. To stay down and retain angles. *Pivot drill with club behind the shoulders. ut be sure to hold the finish position. Two lub alance It helps you build strength and a solid swing plane. It forces you to swing both clubs in balance using your arms, wrists, and upper body while keeping the lower body stable. Grip two clubs one in each hand and make sure you choke up on the clubs, starting with both of them off the ground. Keep your hands a few inches apart during the drill. alance Drill I When too much weight on toes. For correct posture and correct spine angle. * Swing with a ball under your toes. 15

16 alance Drill II When too much weight towards your heels. * Swing with a ball under your heels. Lower ody Motion Drill Your legs supply balance in your golf swing. When you put your weight into the left side too early, it will destroy all the balance and rhythm that you need to hit a golf ball consistency. Transition Drill 1 To keep weight back on right side at the transition. To create a Sneadlike squatting position. *Drill for proper leg work. Put a shaft between your legs from your right thigh down behind your left knee. When you swing back you build up the pressure on top of your right leg. Hold your club with your right hand. Turn back and build up pressure. s you start forward, try to maintain the pressure on your right leg. s your left knee moves *Pivot drill. This time concentrate on the independent movement of the left knee to the target. *Put a beach ball in between your legs and drop it as this movement occurs. Transition Drill 11 ackswing and downswing should blend into each other. The golf swing is a continuous motion. *Hold the club off the ground. Make motion back and forward. Think of one continuous motion. Left knee moves forward as the downswing starts. Finger Down Shaft This drill helps keep the clubface square throughout the swing and improves impact position. * ssume your setup position. Extend your right index finger down the shaft, making sure that the right hand V is pointing to your right ear. Make a three-quarter golf swing and release your right hand at impact, which will cause the ball to draw. 16

17 Transition Drill IV To feel the squatting position. *Put a shaft across your right thigh and the back of your left knee. Feel pressure on tour right thigh when you start the downswing. 17

18 The Fix for: Hips Slide Instead of Turn -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Pivot Drill Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turn. Loss of body angles. * Turn back into your right leg and keep flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On the downswing, move your lower body by starting your left knee toward the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Hip Turn Drill To prevent hips from sliding on the follow through. To make the hips turn. Put a shaft outside your left foot. Turn around inside the shaft on the follow through. Right Foot ack This will increase resistance in the backswing and give you the feeling of hitting into a firm left side. Take your normal stance and move your right foot back, with your right toe in line with your left heel. Make a three-quarter backswing, keeping the upper body centered. Swing into a firm left side. This drill is for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Left Foot ack This drill will prevent you from swaying off the ball in the backswing and help your body coil into a firm right side. Take your normal stance and place your left foot back, with the toe in line with the right heel. Make a three-quarter backswing, feeling the resistance in your right leg as you uncoil through the downswing. 18

19 Putting Drills : Learn distance, control and tempo. -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Wedge Drill etter roll: Teach yourself how to get the ball to rise to the hole by using a sand wedge for putting drills. * y putting with a sand wedge, you get used to watching the ball lift up slightly towards the hole. You want the leading edge of the club to come up. Helps create really good roll of the ball. One rm Drill reates positive pressure for your putting stroke Eliminate the use of the small muscles (hands & elbows) from your putting stroke. Make putts isolating each arm to begin learning how to really use the larger muscles (upper back, shoulders). lub on the Ground Drill Helps with alignment and direction Place an extra club on the ground with its end pointing to the breaking point of the hole. ircle Drill alls are placed in a circle around the hole. You can alter their distance from 2 to 8 feet. Move in a counter clockwise direction as you adjust your alignment for each. 19

20 reaking Putts Drill Help with alignment for big breaking putts. lign yourself to the high spot of the break not the hole. Practice lining up this up for several putts and repeat. Your chest and legs should be aligned to the high spot as well. Putting Stroke Drill Most players stand too tall at address and their arms extend too far from their body while putting. Stand straight up and place putter out in front of you with arms extended. Now draw in the elbows next to your ribcage. The shaft and the forearms are level. Tilt from the waste until the putter rests behind the ball. Use the large muscles of the body to make the stroke-upper back, shoulders, upper chest-to move the putter. Not the wrists or hands. 1 foot in the ir Produce more stability Place one foot up behind you and keep it lifted while putting. Forces you to stabilize your body while producing movement. Distance ontrol Drill Distance control is a problem with a putting stroke that is too long or too short. y using a connected putting stroke, this places the body in the correct position and keeps your arms moving within the right range. Stand straight up and place putter out in front of you with arms extended. Now draw in the elbows next to your ribcage. The shaft and the forearms are level. Tilt from the waste until the putter rests behind the ball. Use the large muscles of the body to make the stroke-upper back, shoulders, upper chest-to move the putter. Not the wrists or hands. 20

21 Speed and Power Drills : Learn how to develop maximum clubhead speed and power. The Fix for: Poor lubhead Speed -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Release Drill T o generate a good feeling for release. "Swish the clubhead". * T o generate a good feeling for release. "Swish the clubhead". Grab your club upside down in your right hand. Place your left thumb into your chest. Make a couple of large swishs with the club. aseball Drill 11 In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. * Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion. You get the feeling of club moving around your body. Power Drill F or balance and maximum clubhead speed. * Swing with your feet together. Progressive Speed Drill Grab 5 balls to begin with. Start at your regular clubhead speed with the first ball. Increase clubhead speed for the second ball. ontinue increasing with each ball until you reach maximum speed with the final ball. You should see a big difference between the first shot and the last. 21

22 The Fix for: Need More Power -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Left Handed Drill T o generate more power * Swing left handed hair Drill Keep your lower body still while focusing on upper body movement * Keep your lower body still while focusing on upper body movement. Swing sitting in a chair on the edge Power Position Drill To develop power * Take normal backswing. Retain angle. Shaft stays at right angle right above your knee 22

23 Timing/Rhythm Drills : Develop good rhythm and timing in your swing. The Fix for: Need to Improve Rhythm -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Rhythm-Drill 1 Good for balance and rhythm. * Feet together, an inch apart and make normal golf swings. Swing-F1ow-Drill When you are to tense or freezing. For loosening up your muscles * Start your backswing from the 4 o clock position which is the point past impact. Relaxation-Drill To get confidence in your swing and to create some rhythm. * Tee up 6 balls in a row and hit them one after the other. Just take a short break after each shot. Do this drill in a reasonable tempo. 23

24 Rhythm-Drill 11 To find a key for good rhythm. * One and two drill. ount "one" at the backswing and at the transition and "two" on the downswing. The Fix for: Need to Improve alance During the Swing -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Rhythm- Drill Good for balance and rhythm. * Feet together, an inch apart Medicine-all Drill To get the proper armsposition at the top of the backswing and to keep balance. * Grip a medicine ball and swing back. Feel the proper backswing position. Power Drill F or balance and maximum clubhead speed. * Swing with your feet together. 24

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26 Swing Fault Drills : Perform drills to alleviate swing faults as they occur. The Fix for: Slice -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner nti-slice-drill 1 Quick cure for your slice. * Put ball back of middle of your stance. lose shoulders off. Hips and feet should be square, however, then try to hit balls. Early-Release-Drill To promote an early release. To cure slicing and coming over the top. To get the club in motion and to swing rather than to hit. * Imagine a ball 4-5 foot above ground to the right. You try to hit that ball. You keep body closed and gel club to work. You should have the feeling of an early release. The drill can be executed in a pumping motion (casting-like motion). nti-slice-drill 11 To promote a draw. ure a slice. *Put a ball about 18 inches behind your ball inside the target line. Swing away outside the ball and come back to your ball inside that ball. * Draw a chalk line which shows the path of the move away from and path of getting to your ball. Right ngles Drill Helps to fold right arm correctly. Gives width in downswing. Helps to cure the slice when right arm stretches earlier. * Swing with the help of the right angles and straighten right arm as early as possible. 26

27 The Fix for: Shanking -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner nti Shank Drill I The shank comes from having a weak grip, which leaves the face wide open at impact and exposes the hosel. weak grip means your hands are turned too far toward the target on the grip. * Practice swinging with more pressure on your grip. nti Shank Drill II It can also be caused by standing too close to the ball. * Move as far from the ball as you can and still make contact. This makes the path more from the inside. nti Shank Drill III * Lay two balls on the ground about one inch apart. Hit the inner ball. 27

28 The Fix for: Early Release -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Late Hit Drill gainst early release. Promote a later hit. *end right hand backwards and hold it with your left. Make the backswing movement. In the follow through the palm is facing the target. aseball Drill IV For creating width and lag. * Swing with a baseball bat and stop shortly after the impact. Release Drill 1 Toe of the club should point * Try to feel this position and view it in a mirror or on video. 28

29 The Fix for: Right Side Too Quick on the Downswing -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Pivot Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turns. Loss of body angles. *Turn back into your right leg and keep that flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On downswing move your lower body by starting your left knee towards the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Right leg action Drill Prevent shifting weight too quickly to the left. Sometimes the right leg is too quick and puts the swing out of balance. *Turn your right foot out. This will keep your right leg nice and steady. It will lag and stay lazy. Transition Drill 1 To keep weight back on right side at the transition. To create a Sneadlike squatting position. *Pivot drill. This time concentrate on the independent movement of the left knee to the target. *Put a beach ball in between your legs and drop it as this movement occurs. Short Shaft Drill In case the right foot starts the downswing too actively. Put a shaft across right foot. You should feel slight pressure on the left side of the laces. 29

30 The Fix for: Hitting Too Hard Instead of Swinging -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Early Release Drill T o promote an early release. To cure slicing and coming over the top. To get the club in motion and to swing rather than to hit. * Imagine a ball 4-5 foot above ground to the right. You try to hit that ball. You keep body closed and get club to work. You should have the feeling of an early release. The drill can be executed in a pumping motion (sort of casting). Swinging-Drill Try to avoid to swing at the ball instead of through it. * You need a second person for this drill. This person starts your club away with accelerating your shaft at a midway point. Release-Drill 111 T o generate a good feeling for release. Swish the clubhead". * Grip a wood upside down with your normal grip and make normal swings. Over swinging Drill T o prevent over swinging. To become more compact. * Grip your club with hands 3-4 inches apart. Swing back with a feeling of pushing your right arm away. This gives more extension to your left arm. You feel stretch and width in your swing. The club gets stuck up in the air. 30

31 The Fix for: oming Over the Top -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Early Release Drill T o promote an early release. To cure slicing and coming over the top. To get the club in motion and to swing rather than to hit. * Imagine a ball 4-5 foot above ground to the right. You try to hit that ball. You keep body closed and get club to work. You should have the feeling of an early release. The drill can be executed in a pumping motion (sort of casting). Slow Motion Drill T o avoid coming over the top or too fast with your right side. * You need a second person for this drill. This person starts your club away with accelerating your shaft at a midway point. Release-Drill 111 T o generate a good feeling for release. Swish the clubhead". * Swing up and step into the ball. 31

32 The Fix for: Outside In Swing -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Three alls Drill Good for correct plane at takeaway and impact. * Place three balls so that there are two additional balls, one to the outside and back of your ball and one to the inside in front of your ball. nd then try not to touch one of these two balls in your swing. Many alls Drill To explain the correct path of the clubhead. * Lay many balls on the line that your clubhead has to travel shortly before and after Impact. Let the student swing on that line over the balls back and through to give him a picture of the right path. * Same drill just a chalk line. 32

33 The Fix for: Reverse Pivot -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Weight transfer Drill You should feel that your left hip moves in and behind the ball. Get weight correctly into your right side. *Hold left hip with right hand. Left arm hangs in a normal relaxed position. Simply pull the left hip back and across and you see as you complete your backswing turn, your left hip has moved from its original position. You have to feel that your hip moves in and behind. Pivot Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turns. Loss of body angles. *Turn back into your right leg and keep that flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On downswing move your lower body by starting your left knee towards the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Pivot Drill 11 Reverse pivot. aused by improper weight transfer. * Pivot drill only in backswing mode. hest gets over right leg. lub is put behind shoulders. aseball Drill 11 In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. *Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion. You get the feeling of club moving around your body. Uphill Slope Drill To fight a reverse pivot. *Make swings on an uphill slope. This forces you into your right side. 33

34 The Fix for: Need More Width in Your Swing -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Swing Width Drill 1 Prevent picking up of the club. * Grab your left wrist with right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Swing Width Drill 11 Prevent picking up of the club too abruptly. Promotes low clubhead takeaway. * Place a hall 9-10 inches behind your ball inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your takeaway. ackswing Drill 1 T o prevent over swinging. To become more compact. * Grip your club with hands 3-4 inches apart. Swing back with a feeling of pushing your right arm away. This gives more extension to your left arm. You feel stretch and width in your swing and the club gets stuck in the air. Top of ackswing Drill II To create a perfect backswing position. * Preset your club right from the beginning by hinging your wrists and turning your forearms. ackswing Drill II Prevents rolling away or lifting of the arms. *Make a backswing and imagine sticking your thumbs into your right ear as the end of your backswing. 34

35 The Fix for: Need More Width in Your Swing (cont.) -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Swing Width Drill 111 To strengthen and widen your swing. * Make dumbbell swings with right arm only. Nerfball Drill 11 To guarantee a one-piece takeaway and * Put a nerfball between elbows and body and go to the 9 o clock position with shaft parallel to the ground proper width. Right rm Only Drill Jammed position of right elbow. Leads to hands and arms release. * Swings with right arm only. Feel a width between right shoulder and right thumb. auses flipping hands. 35

36 The Fix for: Picking Up the lub -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Swing Width Drill 1 Prevent picking up of the club. * Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Swing Width Drill 11 Prevent picking up of the club too abruptly. * Place a ball 9-10 inches behind your hall inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your takeaway. aseball Drill 11 ackswing Drill In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. If swing is too upright. Prevents rolling away or lifting of the arms. * Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion. You get the feeling of the club moving around the body. * Make a backswing and imagine sticking your thumbs into your right ear at the end of your backswing. Kneeling Drill In case of picking up the club. For feeling of flat shoulder turn. * Kneel clown and try to hit ball from this position. Use a tee-peg. Get Flatter Drill If your swing is too upright (lifting) and there is little forearm rotation. * Grip cross-handed and swing and hit some balls. 36

37 The Fix for: Faulty Swing Plane -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Halfway Plane Drill Moveaway-Drill 111 To get the correct halfway- back position. Establish correct backswing Plane. To create a slot from where you can go up. Square clubface position at this stage of the swing. * Swing club back to left arm parallel to the ground. Your shaft should go through the middle of your bicep. The butt end points just outside your toe line. Then the plane is correct. * When your club is parallel to the ground on the first move of the backswing, the toe of the club points up to the sky. Your right hand is in a shake-hands position. Swing-Width-Drill l Prevent picking up of the club. * Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Sync-Drill 11 rms and body should work together for a compact swing. * Place a ball 9-10 inches behind your ball inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your takeaway. Hinging-Drill Towel Drill T o get a freedom of motion and a wellbalanced club.. Promote wrist hinge. Synchronization of arms and body. * Put a tee-peg into the end of the grip and choke down a bit. Then swing from tee to the ground in the backswing to tee to the ground on the follow through. * Put a towel under your arms and make half swings only with a short iron. 37

38 Plane-Drill T o establish correct shaft * Put a long shaft to your right side at the angle of the shaft. Your left arm should be parallel to original shaft plane. The c1ubface should be parallel to the left arm too. Three alls Drill Good for correct plane at takeaway and impact. * Place three balls so that there are 2 additional balls, one to the outside and back of your ball and one to the inside and front of your ball. Then try not to touch one of these two balls in your swing. Many alls Drill To explain the correct path of the clubhead. * Lay many balls on the line that your clubhead has to travel shortly before and after impact. Let the student swing on that line over the balls back and through to give you a picture of the right path. Wall Drill Right elbow gets behind you too quickly and stays there. * Stand against a wall (about a calf length away) and swing and hit balls under the influence of this physical barrier. 38

39 Phases of the Golf Swing Drills : proper set up is the foundation to your golf swing. The Fix for: Proper Set Up -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Square lubface Drill For square clubface at address. Leading edge is at right angles with target line. *Hold club straight up in front of you so that the leading edge points to 12 o clock. Hold it in this position and when dropping it down, it will be square. Wrist Position Drill Grip Drill 1 For solid contact you need a square clubface position at the top of your swing. That also means a square wrist position. You need to establish a fairly flat wrist at the top of the backswing. *You have to feel that your right hand is more underneath the shaft, almost like you are holding a waiters tray. Your right hand is underneath, the left wrist square. Then you have established a square clubface, which will allow you to come back to the ball square. *Hold out a club with the right hand at 45 degrees at the down end of the grip. Position your left hand with lines on the glove on the grip. Grip with your right hand in your fingers. The line between the index finger and thumb points towards right eye. You can see two knuckles left. 39

40 Grip Drill 11 For retaining constant grip pressure and not losing the grip. *Put a coin on your left thumb. Try to keep the coin in its place through slight pressure of your right hand. Square lub Face Drill II To square an open clubface. *Grab your right elbow with your left hand. Swing with one arm and feel a closed clubface. dvanced Grip Drill For correct grip. void grips that are too thick. The 3 rd and 4 th finger should touch or slightly go into the palm. *Take your posture and let arms hang naturally. Place club on the ground so that the back of your left hand and the clubface are parallel. Then grip the club so that this relationship remains. ring the club to the middle of your stance and then finish your grip by positioning the right hand on the grip. Grip it more in the fingers of your right hand. 40

41 The Fix for: alance alance heck orrect weight distribution. Not Picture a line from the middle of your too far on the heels. Weight shoulder past the knee cap to the balls of should be distributed on the balls your feet. of your feet. alance Drill 1 When there is too much weight on the toes. For correct posture and correct spine-angle. alance Drill 11 When too much weight is towards your heels *Swing with a ball under your heels. *Swing with a ball under your heels. Pre swing Drill It is important to keep in motion. Waggle. *Waggle You should waggle over the ball. You feel the club head and go from one heel to the other. There is a constant motion before you start. fter three there is a little kick with your right Swing Flow Drill When you are too tense or freezing. For loosening up your muscles. knee and off you go. *Start your backswing at the point past impact the 4 o clock position. 41

42 Takeaway The Fix for: Takeaway Takeaway Drill 1 Your address position moves into the swing itself. orrect sensation of the first move into the backswing. *Split the hands on the club about 2 inches apart and address the ball. s body and club move away together you will notice in the first part of the swing your right arm pretty much stays in the same position as it was at address. We do not want the arms separating as we begin the backswing so make sure that the right arm remains on top. Takeaway Drill 11 Early stages are important. They set *Shaft on ground from left heel to right things for the rest of the swing. rms toes. Move away and make sure that butt and body together so that we you end of club shows to navel. When your establish the right plane. To keep length club is parallel to that club on the ground between arms and body. To prevent you then you are in the right position. becoming too narrow at the beginning. Sync Drill 1 Synchronization of body and * hoke down on a club and arms. put butt-end into your nave!. Initiate a few practice swings with this link between body and arms. Moveaway-Drill 111 To create a slot from where you can go up. Square clubface position at this stage of the swing. * When your club is parallel to the ground on the first move of the backswing, the toe of the club points up to the sky. Your right hand is in a shake-hands-position. 42

43 Swing Width Drill 1 Prevent picking up of the club. *Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Swing Width Drill 11 Prevent picking up of the club too abruptly. Promotes low clubhead takeaway. * Place a hall 9-10 inches behind your ball inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your moveaway. Moveaway Drill IV To promote a correct takeaway. * Put shafts to the right as a barrier for a wrong takeaway. The butt end of the club moves close to the right thigh, whereas the clubhead moves on or outside the hands. 3 alls Drill Good for correct plane at takeaway * Place 3 balls so that there are 2 and impact. dditional balls, one to the outside nd back of your ball and one to the inside in front of your ball. Then try not to touch one of these balls in your swing. Many alls Drill To explain the correct path of the clubhead. *Lay many balls on the line that your clubhead has to travel shortly before and after impact. Let the student swing on that line over the balls back and through to give him a picture of the right path. 43

44 ackswing The Fix for: Elbow Position Right-rm-Drill T o get a feel for extension through the ball for the activity of the right elbow and a correct position at the top of the backswing. * Take a 9 iron and grip club only with your right arm. You should feel how your right side and body release through. Golf all- Throwing-Drill Prevents right elbow staying behind (or being tucked in) at the downswing. * Grab a golf ball in your right hand and swing back to a position from where you can easily throw it down to the point where the ball would lie in the set up. Swing-Width-Drill 111 T o strengthen and widen your swing. * Make dumbbell swings with right arm only. Right-Elbow-Drill To get the right elbow right *Stick a shaft outside your right elbow at address. Let your elbow fold over it in swing. *The picture of starting a lawn mower is adequate from time to time. Right-rm-Only- Drill Jammed position of right elbow. Leads to hands and arms release. auses flipping hands. * Swings with right arm only. Feel a width between right shoulder and right thumb. Wall-Drill Right elbow gets behind you too quickly and stays there. *Stand against a wall (about calf length away) and swing and hit balls under the influence of this physica1 barrier. Tubing-Drill Right elbow gets behind you too quickly. Right ngles Drill Helps to fold right arm correctly. Gives us width in downswing and not narrow and jammed. *Put tubing around your left hip and right elbow. This restricts the backward movement of the right elbow. * Swing with the help of the right angles and straighten right arm as early as possible. Helps to cure a slice when right arm stretches earlier. 44

45 The Fix for: Shoulder Turn Pivot-Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turn. Loss of body angles. * Turn back into your right leg and keep that flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On the downswing move your lower body by starting your left knee toward the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Shoulder Turn Drill To make a correct shoulder turn and not a tilt. * Put your hands behind your back. Turn back and turn through. Turn your chest. towards the target. ssistance Drill In case someone is tilting his shoulder and dipping the spine angle. *Have someone help you to move left shoulder backwards and higher. Prevent left shoulder of being too deep. Hold Right Shoulder Drill T o synchronize arms and shoulder turn. When right shoulder rotates too early. * Grip club in right hand. Hold your right shoulder with your left hand and turn against this resistance. 45

46 The Fix for: Need More Extension at Top of ackswing Torque Drill Wind those big muscles up. When body is not coiled enough there is a power leak. Feeling at the top that I am nicely coiled a good coil position with lots of extension and plenty of coil. * Take your address position and put your right hand ehind your left hand. s you begin to make the movement away, get the sensation that you are pushing and winding away. You are actually pushing with your left shoulder and upper arm and pulling with your right arm. Swing Width Drill 1 Prevent picking up of the club. *Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Swing Width Drill 11 Prevent picking up of the club too abruptly. Promotes low club head takeaway. *Place a ball 9-10 inches behind your ball inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your takeaway. Top of ackswing Drill 1 T o prevent over swinging. To become more compact. * Grip your club with hands 3-4 inches apart. Swing back with a feeling of pushing your right arm away. This gives more extension to your left arm. You feel stretch and width in your swing. The club gets stuck up in the air. 46

47 The Fix for: Problems at the Top of ackswing Wrist Position Drill For solid contact you need a square clubface position at the top of the swing. That means * You have to feel that your right hand is more underneath the shaft, almost like you are holding a waiters tray. also a square wrist position. You need to establish a fairly flat Your right hand is underneath, the left wrist wrist at the top of the backswing. square. Then you have established square clubface which will allow you to come back to the ball square. Top of ackswing Drill 1 T o prevent over swinging. T o become more compact. * Grip your club with hands 3-4 inches apart. Swing back with a feeling of pushing our right arm away. This gives more extension to your left arm. You feel stretch and width in your swing. The club gets stuck up in the air. T.O..-Drill 11 T o create a perfect backswing position. * Preset your club right from the beginning by hinging your wrists and turning your forearms. Square lubface Drill T o square an open clubface Grab your right elbow with your left hand. Swing with one arm and feel the club face closed. Soccer all Toss Drill To get a feeling of the correct *Grip a soccer ball of basketball and toss it over feeling at the top and to enhance your right shoulder as you finish your backswing. an arms movement. To get the hands higher. aseball Drill 111 Get the correct backswing positions and plane. *Grip a baseball bat in your right arm only and swing it. The arm supports the club. reate a box between your upper arm, lower arm and the bat. 47

48 Plane Drill Prevents rolling away or lifting of the arms. *Put a long shaft to your right side at the angle of the shaft. Your left arm should be parallel to original shaft plane at Step 3. The clubface should be parallel to the left arm too. ackswing Drill Prevents rolling away or * Make a backswing and imagine lifting of the arms. Sticking your thumbs into your right ear at the end of the backswing. Medicine all Drill To get the proper arm position at the top of the backswing and to keep balance. * Grip a medicine ball and swing back. Feel the proper backswing position. T.O. Drill IV Feel resistance between left and right side at the top of your backswing. * Swing back to the end of your backswing then split your grip and feel the resistance. aseball Drill For creating width and lag. * Swing with a baseball bat and swing shortly after impact. Top of ackswing Hold For correct position at the top of * t the end of the backswing, your club should the backswing. be above your right shoulder. 48

49 The Fix for: ackswing Too Upright lub round ody Drill 1 gainst overly upright backswing. To get flatter. For getting parallel. * Grip club cross-handed. Feel your left arm rolling over right arm on backswing. Get your club around your body aseball Drill 1 When someone swings up arms without turning. T o prevent lifting of the arms * Make swings around you. Then slowly steepen the plane and get down to the ground. aseball Drill 11 In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. If swing is too upright * Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion. You get the feeling of club moving around your body. Kneeling Drill In case of picking up the club. For feeling of flat shoulder turn * Kneel down and try to hit hall from this position. Use a tee-peg 49

50 The Fix for: Picking Up lub -dvanced -Intermediate -eginner Swing Width Drill 1 Prevent picking up of the club. * Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Make a low movement away. Push the club away with your left arm and shoulder. Swing Width Drill 11 Prevent picking up of the club too abruptly. * Place a ball 9-10 inches behind your hall inside the target line. Just brush the ball away on your takeaway. aseball Drill 11 ackswing Drill In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. If swing is too upright. Prevents rolling away or lifting of the arms. * Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion. You get the feeling of the club moving around the body. * Make a backswing and imagine sticking your thumbs into your right ear at the end of your backswing. Kneeling Drill In case of picking up the club. For feeling of flat shoulder turn. * Kneel clown and try to hit ball from this position. Use a tee-peg. Get Flatter Drill If your swing is too upright (lifting) and there is little forearm rotation. * Grip cross-handed and swing and hit some balls. 50

51 The Fix for: Poor Torque (Power) Pivot Drill 1 Incorrect weight transfer. Incorrect body turn. Loss of body angles. * Turn back into your right leg and keep flex in it. Turn your chest over your right leg. On the downswing move your lower body by starting your left knee towards the target and then simply turn through and hold the finish. Torque Drill Wind those big muscles up. * Take your address position and put When body is not coiled enough your right hand behind your left hand. s you there is a power leak. Feeling at begin to make the movement away, get the the top that I am nicely coiled a sensation that you are pushing and winding good coil position with lots of away. You are actually pushing with your left extension and plenty of coil. shoulder and upper arm and pulling with your right arm. Pivot-Drill 11 Reverse Pivot. aused by improper weight transfer * Pivot drill only in backswing mode. hest gets over right leg. lub is put behind shoulders. aseball Drill In case of reverse pivot when body leans to the left. In case of lifting instead of turning. * Hold club level to the ground. Swing in a rotary motion You get the feeling of club moving around your body. If swing is too upright. Right Knee Flex Drill 11 To create coil. * Put a shaft against your right knee to maintain the knee angle and to create coil through resistance. 51

52 The Fix for: Poor Wrist ction Hinging-Drill T o get a freedom of motion and a * Put a tee peg into the end of the grip and well balanced club. Promote wrist choke down a bit. Then swing from the tee to hinge. the ground in the backswing and from tee to the ground in the follow through. Release-Drill 111 T o generate a good feeling for release. Swish the clubhead. * Grip a wood upside down with your normal grip and make normal swings. 52

53 Downswing The Fix for: Extension of Right rm Right rm Extension Drill If right arm is coming punched in to the ball. When you want to hit a tennis ball it's interesting that your right arm is fully extended when it makes contact with the ball. You should use your right side in golf as well. You want to use your right side in the impact area. * Learn to hit balls with your right arm only. egin with a short iron with your left hand in your pocket. Make a backswing and follow through. Right arm will be in correct impact position. Right rm Drill To get a feel for extension through the ball for the activity of the right elbow and a correct position at the top of the backswing. * Takes a 9 iron and grip club only with your right arm. You should feel how our right side and body release through. Swing Width Drill l1 To strengthen and widen your swing. * Make dumbbell swings with right arm only. aseball Drill IV For creating width and lag. * Swing with a baseball bat and stop shortly after the impact. Right ngles Drill Helps to fold right arm correctly. Gives us width in downswing and not narrow and jammed. * Swing with the help of the right angles and straighten right arm as early as possible. Helps to cure the slice when right arm stretches earlier. 53

54 The Fix for: Right Elbow on Downswing Right arm extension Drill If right arm is coming bunched in to the ball. *Learn to hit balls with your right arm only. egin with a short iron with your left hand in your pocket. Make a backswing and follow through. Right arm will be in correct impact position. Right arm Drill Golf all throwing Drill Right arm only Drill Swing Width Drill Right ngles Drill To get a feel for extension through the ball for the activity of the right elbow and a correct position at the top of the backswing. Prevents right elbow staying behind or being tucked in on the downswing. Jammed position of right elbow. Leads to hands and arms release. auses flipping hands. To strengthen and widen your swing. Helps to fold right arm correctly. Gives width in the downswing not narrow and jammed. Helps cure a slice when right arm stretches earlier. *Take a 9 iron and grip the club with your right arm only. You should feel how your right side and body release through. Grab a golf ball in your right hand and swing back to a position from where you can easily throw it down to the point where the ball would lie in the set up. Swings with right arm only. Feel a width between right shoulder and right thumb. *Make dumbbell swings with right arm only. * Swing with the help of the right angles and straighten right arm as early as possible. 54

55 Impact The Fix for: Improve impact position Impact Drill 1 Feel the correct impact position. * Set up and put yourself to an ideal impact position. The left arm is up slightly and the right knee is pushed in. The right hand is angled inwards; weight is into left leg and right knee is pointing in behind where the ball would be. Mimic this position when hitting the ball. Set up in this fashion, make backswing and then try to get through this position almost as pushing into a wall. Try to establish this feel; apply pressure by pushing down on the golf club and try to get this impact position when striking the golf ball. Right Side Drill To get a proper impact and pastimpact feeling. * Swing back, get slowly to the impact and chase away a board lying on the ground. Impact Drill 111 T o create the proper angles at impact. * Stretch left arm and lean on your club with it. Make swings with your right arm only. e aware of the role of the right side of the body at impact. 55

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