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Indoor Practice – Touching Legs Position
By Paul Wilson | on January 14, 2022 | 2 Comments |
Tags: indoor golf practiceindoor tipstouch legsusing lower body
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March 29, 2020JonathanCompton
Hi Paul, thank you for that simple tip. When I tried it I was surprised how tight my outer left hip was. I’ve done that drill before without a chair and never noticed I wasn’t fully turning my hips.
Any suggestions on hip stretches that could increase my flexibility? BTW, I have a 22 handicap, am 67, play about 20 times per year (spring summer fall), and the weakest phase of my game is my approach shots. (I spray them). My drives are between 185 and 210. Thanks! Jon Compton
March 30, 2020Paul Wilson
First make sure that your front foot is turned out 25-30 degrees. This is a pretty common reason why people can not turn fully. Next I would check out some of the flexibility videos on this page. Go to the search bar at the top and look for flexibility tips for your hips, like this one:
5 Ways To Stretch Your Hip Flexor: https://ignitiongolf.com/hip-flexor-5-ways/