Leg Action in Golf Swings : Manage Your Motion

Leg Action in Golf Swings : Manage Your Motion

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Most amateur golfers overlook the immense importance of leg movement during their golf swings. Using your legs properly during your swing may appear to be a no brainer, but more often than not, casual players are utilizing their legs incorrectly.

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Gankas understands that many casual golfers focus more on their upper body motion rather than their legs during the typical golf swing. This unfortunately ignores the fact that our legs act as a major resource for strength and accuracy in our swings. The more players learn about their golf swing the clearer the importance of the lower body becomes. Most will begin to realize that our arms and torso follow the lead of our legs, which ultimately establishes the proper form for a good golf swing.

Players must first focus their attention on the motion in their waist and hips when forming their swing. While our golf swing begins, it will become obvious that the movement of our arms steals away most of our attention. The motion in our hips will be much less obvious than our arm movement but this should not cause players to ignore this vital component of their swing.

Keeping your focus on the outside of each hip during address, you’ll notice that one side points directly at your target while the other side of your hip points to the exact opposite. When you start your golf swing, players most rotate their front hip slowly down towards the turf. Your hip should not point directly at your golf ball but the movement from the original position will draw it away from the intended target. This will cause your rear hip to point slightly upward.

You’re looking to achieve turning your hips into this original position with a correctly executed golf swing. Rotating your hips and legs effectively during any golf swing will add more power than any golfer could ever imagine.

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