A Balanced Golf Swing Starts With A Balanced Setup

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8 Responses to “A Balanced Golf Swing Starts With A Balanced Setup”

  1. August 17, 2012


    Can a person book a time to work one on one?
    If so how far out does it need to be?
    Also, what are your fees? I like this 2x 4 idea.
    Thank you, Robert

    • Absolutely. Ignition Golf members always get a complimentary 30 minute session with me at our FitGolf Performance Center in San Diego. Give me a call at (619) 822-2175 to set it up. I look forward to hearing from you.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  2. February 11, 2016


    Very interesting and helpful exercises ,Jérémy .There are several more “balance “exercises ,without a club in the hands to be done ,on one foot or the other :I think you showed some of them some time ago .
    Could you please reiterate them.
    It’s also useful to swing barefooted (as did SAM SNEAD ) to feel where your weight is .

  3. February 11, 2016



    I don’t know if you have ever tried this but it works. After you feel set up, try to push your feet more into the ground using the middle of your feet, just flex up & down just a little & you will feel the balance.

    Darrel Stutesman

    • I like it! The ‘middle of your feet’, as you say, is the most critical thing you said in my mind. Thanks for the comment!
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  4. March 21, 2018


    Jeremy, can you show us a few “correct” swings on the Balance Dynamic System? It would be helpful to see how the balance should move through the full swing.

  5. March 22, 2018


    What a great idea. I’m certainly going to try this.

  6. November 8, 2023


    Jeremy, thank u for all your help, really enjoy your videos….I do have a question for you: can u please demonstrate some stretches for the muscles that parallel the spine, that seem to be right next to the spine….I have managed to mildly “tweak” one side and I would appreciate some help in keeping those muscles loose…Thank u in advance, RAND

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