Today we’ve got two great drills to increase your flexibility and power by increasing your shoulder turn. The first drill is a simple way to improve your flexibility. As described in the video, place shaft perpendicular to your target line right inside your trailing heel; next, hold a club across your chest in your address position, then swing back so the shafts line up.


The second drill is a little more position and power focused. Setup two shafts as shown, one in-line with the ball, and the other your trailing shoulder. Have a friend watch you from head on; as you swing back to the top, your trailing shoulder should be in-line with back shaft. This move will force you to properly coil your upper body, creating torque, adding to your power – and ultimately lead to faster swing speeds and more distance.

Give it a try!


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