If you are not suppose to look at the ball, what should you be looking at on the load and then on the lag through impact?


Golf is a very individual game and each golfer has a unique way of getting into their dynamic impact. I use and suggest for all golfers, to have a “soft-eye” approach and not be focused on the ball. For many golfers, looking in front of the ball is distracting, but it can be a very effective drill to feel what is needed to improve Dynamic #2. This is especially true for golfers who have been playing golf for many years and have bought into the lie that “focusing or (keeping your eye) on the ball” is a good thing. The more you focus on the ball, the more interference occurs in the impact sequence, the more rearward your swing bottom will be.

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