We all want a better golf swing, but no one becomes Tiger Woods overnight. The only way to build a more consistent swing is by putting in the time to establish crucial muscle memory. However, practicing your swing doesn’t have to be a long and boring process. You can dramatically improve your golf swing by performing a few quick drills each week.
Practicing Without a Club
Practice your swing a couple of times a week, but do not perform more than 12 swing rotations at a time. Without a club, place your right hand on your left shoulder and your left hand on your right shoulder. Rotate your body as you would in the golf swing, and as you turn during the backswing, your back should reach the point where it is actually pointing toward the target.
As you complete your downswing and follow through, your belt buckle should be pointing toward the target. As you practice this swing motion without the club, you get the sensation of how the swing should feel using the large muscles to initiate and power the swing sequence.
Practicing With a Swing Aid
Practicing your swing can actually be counterproductive if you are repeating the wrong tech
nique over and over again. The Pocket Pin High Pro is a training aid that ensures that your practice sessions are worthwhile.
This ultraportable swing aid makes a clicking noise at the exact moment your weight shifts to your front foot. This auditory confirmation gives you peace of mind that you are practicing the right way, building muscle memory, and improving your swing. Visit our online shop to order a Pocket Pin High Pro today!