Golf Swing Transition Drill
Lots of golfers rush their downswing from the top and lose all the power when they reach impact.
So it's important not to rush the downswing.
Start down slowly and gradually build speed.
Most amateurs fail to accumulate power on the backswing. That may be the reason why they rush the downswing. They feel like they have to swing real fast to create clubhead speed at impact.
But this happens to everybody. You may rush the downswing before accumulating enough power on the backswing.
To avoid rushing the downswing, here is a simple drill to help you.
1. Swing to the top of your golf swing
2. Stop at the top for a second
3. Start the downswing after stopping at the top
You don't have to stop at the top for a long time. Just stop there for a second.
You should actually hit some balls with this drill. When you do this drill, try to feel the weight moving to the back foot at the top.
- Fat Shots
- Fairway Woods
- Long Iron
- Short Iron
- Pull / Push
- Shots from Rough
- Fairway Bunker