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It's Still Two Weeks until Spring Drills. What do we do in the meantime?
I'm retired, so for me it's time to work on Golf. I'm about to give a tip that most good golfers and Pro's would probably think "Well, Everyone knows that". It's the hip turn.
So I've been a struggling golfer all my life. Started off trying to treat golf like baseball. Hit like 145 my first time. Over the years I've gotten a little better, but rarely break a hundred -- and always have a couple of mulligans. And the majority of the time, hit behind the ball.
So if You're a struggling golfer like me, I would recommend watching some videos such as You Tube videos on hip turn. And what I learned is every good golfer turns their hips back on the backswing and then turns their hips open on the down swing exposing their left hip (when looking down the line). Right hip if you're a lefty like me.
And if you do it right, it totally transforms your game. It's as-if you already completed your swing and then you hit the ball. And if you still struggle with the concept, try opening your hips at address, take your backswing, and execute your down swing focusing on open hips (belt buckle/belly button pointed forward at contact. Good luck.