Golf Tip – Solid Shots

September 30, 2015 Posted by Matt

Solid ShotsThe right knee is the key to solid shots.  When you make your backswing, your right knee should remain flexed and ready to take the weight from your shift.  The weight should be felt on the inside of your right foot so the knee does not bow backward to create a sway.  If you straighten your right leg on your backswing, you are losing the ability to coil for power.  Have a friend stand behind you and place the grip of a club on the back of your knee to keep your flex as you swing back.  This little drill will help you get the feel for getting a good position as you swing back to the top and the result will be solid shots.