How To Improve Your Contact In The Sweet Spot

How To Improve Your Contact In The Sweet Spot

G’day Jim Kennedy here again. To improve your contact point in your sweet spot, what I would suggest is you try this great little exercise – your right foot behind your left. This will get you swinging your arms more and will teach you, how to use your instincts and keep your balance.Generally speaking, if someone is not hitting the sweet spot, it will come from too much movement in the golf swing backwards or forwards or up and down. So this is a fantastic little drill.

  • Step 1.
    Stand with your right foot behind your left and then set up to the ball ( Place some tape on the club face prior to this)
  • Step 2.
    Hit a shot trying to keep your balance. You will notice right shoulder is lower than the left.
  • Step 3.
    Check contact point on your clubface and check if you made contact with the sweet spot.
  • Step 4.
    Repeat this drill as a suggestion 10 times or until you start making contact with the sweet spot.
  • Step 5.
    Now place feet together and side-by-side and then swing back and through. Once again paying attention to your right shoulder so that it is lower than your left.
  • Step 6.
    Now repeat your swing with your feet apart as normal and swing through into a nice balanced follow- through position and hold that pose for the camera.

You will notice that your impact point will now be more in the sweet spot with this drill. This is a ‘MAGIC PILL’ for golf if ever there was one.

Try that drill – you will love it just like the rest of my tribe and let me know how you go.

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