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Golfdrivingrang   , 26

from Perth Amboy


Golf Driving Range Drills to try out the right Shot

Golf driving range drills are a great way to instill good swing movement basics and fundamentals into your round of golf. Here are a few in our favorite golf driving range drills that focus on key aspects of the full swing like the backswing and downswing.Golf driving range Brisbane

Drills for your Backswing: Backswing Takeaway Drill

BENEFITS: This golf driving range drill encourages proper body turn throughout the takeaway and establishes good backswing rhythm.

1.Convey a ball behind club head at address and in line with instep of back foot.
2.Slowly begin backswing takeaway and roll ball backward with club head until ball is behind back foot. Repeat drill until takeaway feels natural. golf driving range in Marsden

Drills for your Backswing: Top of Backswing Drill

BENEFITS: Ensures correct position at the top of the backswing. Encourages complete turn in backswing.

1.Assume normal address position and hinge wrists in order that club is pointing up.
2.Keep wrists hinged and set club on right shoulder.
3.Rotate fully--shoulders 90�; hips 30 to 45�.
4.Extend arms fully making certain hands have been in front of chest. Check that club face is square and that back of left-hand and club face are parallel (in line).

Drills for that Downswing: Pause and Go Drill

BENEFITS: Encourages complete backswing and aids transition from backswing to downswing while establishing good impact position, weight transfer and follow-through.

1.Perform drill at half-speed pausing at key checkpoints. Tee up ball, make full backswing and pause at top of backswing for just two seconds. Make sure that full shoulder turn 90�; hip turn 30 to 45�; left arm straight; 80% of weight is on inside of right foot; right knee flexed.
2.Initiate downswing by shifting weight left leading the hips, upper limbs to chill through impact.
3.Swing to complete position.

Drills for that Downswing: Shake Hands with all the Target Drill

BENEFITS: Encourages proper release, arm extension and weight transfer.

1.Take normal backswing.
2.In downswing, right after impact, ingrain sensation of "shaking hands with the target" to promote good arm extension down target line and encourage proper release.