FULL SWING PRACTICE
FULL SWING, INDOOR
Drills focused on building the foundation of the full swing for consistency. Proper body turn/ movements will help you have fundamental swing positions and have consistency in your all striking
Objective build a powerful and consistent swing by developing the correct motor pattern when swinging a golf club. The body turn in the full swing involves how your shoulders turn and how your hips. lower body turn (centered)
Note turning properly in the golf swing is unnatural and awkward for most of us. This exercise is the best way to build the correct turn (fast), without the frustration of working on it at the golf course.
TAKE AWAY DRILL
Objective start the swing with the correct move. Most (not all) PGA Tour players have the club outside their hands at P2 (when the shaft is parallel to the ground on the backswing.
Note if you screw this up, you have to make a manipulation later in the swing to hit a good shot.
FEET TOGETHER DRILL
Objective develop key fundamentals while warming up without thinking about it, which allows for better balance, good impact position and proper arm swing. The best drills are when the drill allows your mind to be free and your body naturally performs the correct movement. This drill should be done each time you warm up on the range, or when you have a few spare minutes to swing a club.
Note Rickie Fowler does this drill every day when he warms up.