Golf Posture – How to Improve your Posture at Address

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Golf Posture – Complete Guide to The Perfect Golf Setup – Part 6

Great golf posture is crucial for consistent and powerful ball striking.

The golf swing is essentially a turning motion around a central column — that central column being your spine. The better the position and the angle of your spine at address, the better it will be throughout the swing, especially at impact.

Now, different people will have different natural postures. Your posture might not be great while you are sitting, standing or driving for example, but with a little bit of practice you can create a very efficient stance over the golf ball.

► Golf Posture – Video Summary

Step 1: Stand up straight, grip the club in your hands and position the butt end of your club in front of your belly button with your arms and legs straight.

Step 2: Tilt your upper body forward at the hips while maintaining a straight back, rather than a crouched back – C shape – or a back in in S shape.

Step 3: As the clubhead touches the ground, flex your knees a little.

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Paul Richards says:

Any help on why I'm hitting the ball out of the toe of the club?

Marcus says:

These sequence of lessons are very good

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