Videos Maintain your Golf Posture For Great Ball Striking 8 years ago 18 Under Par PGA Golf Professional Piers Ward demonstrates a drill to help you maintain your posture and improve your ball striking. 18 Under Par See author's posts Continue Reading Previous How To Make The Perfect BackswingNext Create More Lag In Your Golf Swing Using Your Index Finger 11 thoughts on “Maintain your Golf Posture For Great Ball Striking” Thank you! Reply can you tell us the difference between a upright swing hands up. And a more round the body swing. who will benefit what. Reply i tend to top the ball and move on to my heels. Reply Good day from across the pond. I am a high school golf coach and see three traits that seem to be the Achilles Heel for many of my players. The first is alignment and we have assigned alignment sticks to all players during practice sessions. That includes putting all practice balls at the back of the range so they are required to pick out one ball at a time then go through their entire routine. The second is the loss of spin angle (early extension) and this video is spot on. The third is club face alignment. We have designed a magnet pointer that attaches to the irons, with a pointer that is about 8 inches long perpendicular to the magnet. We have the players take their stance and then we attach the magnet to their club. At least 80% of out players, boys and girls, have severely closed club faces. That, combined with a closed stance, is the recipe for ugliness. Thought I would share. Cheers Reply Appreciate Video! Sorry for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about – Paneevelyn Swinging Clubsman (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a great exclusive guide for revealing an effortless golf swing technique without the hard work. Ive heard some great things about it and my cousin got cool success with it. Reply Into the heels not recommended.. i've trained with a world class coach and weight into the balls of your feet (the large ball next to your big toe) is ideal. Most sports play off that part of the foot too. Weight in balls = hooks and pushes. The feeling of pushing your butt back will help keep you in your posture though. Reply Cmon let’s get real who can go on a golf course and practice like this. I’m lucky to get a tee time. Reply Cool.👍 Reply There are no slopes on the range. Reply Late getting to this video 2012 🙂 it is 2020. Anyway, thank you. this is exactly what I needed to see and hear. Reply I do this so much that my toenails bruise and fall off Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.