I’m talking about the restricting of the hip turn in the back swing by keep that leading heel firmly planted on the back swing, all to promote more stability and therefore consistency in the golf swing.
Are you following me so far?
Left heel ON the ground – GOOD… Left heel OFF the ground – BAD…
OK, so having the left heel leave the ground on the back swing would, in their logic, take away stability in the swing, and rob the swinger of consistency.
But you will also be told that, at the most crucial nano-second of impact, the only part of the swing that matters to the ball, having the left heel (and sometimes the entire foot) leave the ground is not only not destabilizing, but something to be desired, praised and emulated?
Do I have that right?
This is not good:
But this is awesome:
Um… pardon me, but that’s the silliest thing you will ever be told.
I don’t know about you all, but there is something seriously wrong with a golf swing philosophy that tells you having your feet flying around at the moment of impact is something to be desired.
But then, we already know that…
Some of us do…
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