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DRILL CENTER: SPORTS CONNECT

DRILL CENTER: SPORTS CONNECT

Most all sports cross over. Your body is a pattern machine. It does not know if you are playing golf or tennis or baseball. It is just duplicating or learning patterns. Once you learn a pattern it is transferable to other sports. So any sport that you play has application to golf. And if you play golf it has applications and direct crossovers to other sports. So rather than learn something new why not use what you already know. Most of the motions you make in a swing you already know how to do them. You are doing them every day just moving around and being involved in the universe.

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DRILL CENTER: SPORTS CONNECT
  • ASHLEY - THROW THE BALL DRILL

    Take a ball. Get set up and turn and throw a ball into the ball that is on the tee. You should also, just like throwing, step with your lead foot. Once you feel how the transition works, your lower body starts going forward as soon as your arm starts going back. Set up to the ball with a club. No...

  • BASEBALL DRILL

    Grab a baseball bat. Get set up and make a few swings. Feel what is happening. As the bat goes back, what is your lower body doing? Your lead foot hits the ground then your lead leg pushes away from the forward motion of the bat. That is what causes acceleration. Once you have a feel for the tran...

  • CROSSOVER SPORTS

    Hitting a baseball is an exact duplicate of hitting a golf ball with only a few minor exceptions. When you hit a baseball, it is in front of your lead foot by about 6 inches. In golf, the ball is more in the center of your body. The ball is also lower than in baseball. The transition of the body ...

  • THROW DRILL

    Take a ball and throw it overhand. That action is the same action your trail arm does in a golf swing. It is a universal action in sports. Whether you are throwing a ball or shooting a basketball, the wrist and hand react the same. Throw sidearm then underhanded. You start to feel how your hand a...