Foot Position In the Golf Swing

In this tip, I talk about the foot position in the golf swing. Having the correct foot position will allow a couple of major things to happen in the swing. With something so simple and overlooked, other things can creep into your swing and cause big problems.

The front foot should always be turned out about 25-30 degrees. This allows the hips to clear and not put pressure on the front knee joint. If the foot is straight then the knee will go sideways and try to avoid the pressure. The back foot should be turned out only about 5 degrees, this allows the hips not to overturn into the backswing and give the resistance that is needed

Something that seems so trivial is actually quite important. Learning these two small areas correctly is not only easy but quick.



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