Start Your Engines

Posted on: May 26th, 2010 by Jeff Ritter No Comments

Making a swing change is all about creating more “awareness,” for the movement of your club and body. To more effectively groove your new action, practice making full sized swings at different speeds. Begin by hitting shots at what you would perceive to be 25 mph on a car’s speedometer. If your contact has improved, move up to 50 mph. Continue, jumping up to 75 and then full throttle at 100 mph. Not only will this drill make you more aware of your movements, it will also help build a better connection of what it means to swing in good balance and rhythm. You will find, your best combination of distance and accuracy will be when your swing is at 75% effort!

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