In order to deliver the golf club powerfully into the back of the golf ball, you must maintain a firm base with your lower body and create a powerful backswing coil. This coil results by turning the upper body against the resistance of the lower body. Good players facilitate the creation of coil by maintaining the gap between the knees on the backswing (right). They unleash the energy stored in the coil by closing the gap on the downswing.
Hand path is a critical and often overlooked fundamental in golf. Karen Palacios-Jansen, LPGA Teaching Professional explains in her article on CardioGolf how: "With a correct grip, your hand and wrist should rotate the club head so it stays square to the body throughout the swing. When the club is parallel to the ground, the toe of the club will point up. This is a square clubface. This Blog article examines hand path as a critical element in golf...click on the image to find out more
To sharpen your feel around the green, you need to learn to visualize a shot before you execute it. Since this skill requires practice, I ask my my students to do a drill called, "Rehearse and Recreate." Read More http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-digest-woman/blogs/golf-digest-woman/2013/04/tips-for-her-rehearse-and-recr.html#ixzz2RtjcCVs4