Building a powerful foundation
In order to fully harness the forces developed in the lower body the first thing that must be improved is the ability to perform a proper hip rotation. Many amateur golfers want to develop more power in their game and to accomplish this they end up trying to get their hands as far away from the ball as possible on the backswing. Once at the top the hips are now behind the ball and begin to slide in front of the ball to compensate. This fault prevents many amateurs from achieving proper hip rotation on the downswing because it is very difficult to rotate the hips while they are sliding towards the target. In order to achieve proper hip rotation we will focus on three basic factors flexibility, stability, and balance.
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