EOGA Weekly Tip
Lockdown Edition


How to check your shoulder turn and swing plane
With Jean van Niekerk (EOGA Arabella)

1. Place a club / stick across the front of your chest with the longer piece of the club / stick pointing towards lead side.


2. Get into a good golf posture.
Hips back, slightly bent knees and chest over the ball.



3. Place a golf ball 4 feet above where your ball would normally
be at address.
Rotate until the club / stick point towards your golf ball.



Then take note of the following. If:
• your club / stick is pointing above the golf ball = you have a flat swing
• your club / stick is pointing below the golf ball = you have a steep swing
• your club / stick is pointing at the ball = perfect

This will ensure good shoulder turn and it’s also a good swing plane check!

 Contact your closest EOGA coach for more interesting tips!

Remember that EOGA is online!
Don’t let the lockdown take a toll on your fitness or your golf.

 

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Keep moving

 
A few minutes a day for better rotation
 
Being home doesn’t mean you can’t work on your golf game. Your physical conditioning is just as important as technique and course management. Improving your mobility from home means that when you’re back on the course, you can hit the ground running.
 
 
Rotation is the most fundamental movement of the golf swing. When your hips are loose, you’re able to rotate fully and generate the swing speed you’re capable of. Sitting a lot tightens your hips, but with just a few minutes a day you can loosen up and improve your mobility.
 
In this quick video, strength and conditioning expert Mike Boyle explains how to improve your hip range of motion and avoid lower back pain.
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