You’ve probably heard your golf teaching pro say, ‘you’re not getting a full golf swing’, but has he told you how to get it? It’s easy to analyze, but much harder to come up with a solution – until now.
You see, a full golf swing is impossible to achieve if you do not have a higher level of golf-specific strength and flexibility. Let me say that one more time.
‘A full golf swing is impossible to achieve if you do not have a higher level of golf specific strength and flexibility’.
Let’s look at these so-called ‘requirements’, for you to see I’m not just blowing smoke.
A full golf swing is considered a 90 degree shoulder turn, with a 45 degree hip turn. This is what we read in all the analysis of the golf swing.
Achieving the above physical components in your golf posture proves almost impossible for the senior golfer who has declining physical abilities.
Are you in this category?
Are you a 50-70 year old golfer who has lost a ton of yards off the tee and watched your scores get higher and higher?
If so, don’t you think if you did a simple, ‘in-home’ golf performance program you’d see dramatic improvements in your body’s ability to make a bigger, even ‘full golf swing’?
To achieve this doesn’t mean hitting more balls at the range or taking more lessons. In fact, you can eliminate hitting balls altogether for a short time while you get your body back in tip-top shape.
When you do, the next time you go out to practice or play, you will be shocked!
That full golf swing you’ve dreamed about will happen without you even thinking about it. Your body will do it because it has been ‘trained’ properly.
A Quick Tip – you’ve got to focus on your rotational strength and flexibility to make a full golf swing! You can even do this sitting in your chair. Reach around the back of your chair and rotate your upper body, while leveraging your opposite arm against the chair. This is a simple, yet very effective rotational stretch you can do all day long.