By Erika Larkin on 9/19/13
Even though we make a golf "swing" and the ball is supposed to just get in the way, in my opinion there is an actual "hit" that happens and we should acknowledge and understand it better so we can execute it better.
If you think about a good downswing motion, the body unwinds at the ball in a certain order: hips, torso, arms, hands. Each one of those units takes their turn firing to create a perfect kinematic sequence that promotes power and leverage. However if any one of those units fires prematurely or is late, our motion backfires and creates a poor shot. Here are a few examples of poor sequence that I see:
Erika Larkin is the Director of Instruction at Larkin Golf Learning Community, at Stonewall Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia. She was named the 2012 Middle Atlantic PGA "Teacher of the Year" and the 2011 "Top Golf Pro" by Washingtonian Magazine — and she's oobgolf's newest columnist! She writes on a variety of topics including instruction, so if you have a question for her or an idea for a column, e-mail her at ErikaLarkin@pga.com. Enjoy!
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