Many average golfers in an effort to generate power with the driver lunge into the golf ball on the downswing and their heads move in front of the ball, which leads to pulls and pull slices
Ideally, for solid contact and speed, you want to keep your head stable and behind the ball coming down.
In this video segment, Brad Brewer shows you how you can use a swim noodle to make sure that you’re keeping your head steady on the downswing.
And if you can do that, you’ll deliver the club to impact properly and create power more effortlessly.
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