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This drill helps with getting rid of tension by creating a proper arm swing. Stand on just your lead foot. You drop your trail foot back and only use your toe for balance. You should be able to swing and not fall off balance. Your arms have to move a lot more than your body. Change and use your trail foot only. Now put both feet together and do the same thing. This promotes a free arm swing especially vital for distance.
Start by taking your grip. Lift the club up until it is directly above your hands. The club will feel very light. Let the club drop until the clubhead is even with your hands. You will feel your arms tighten. Now lift the club to about a 45-degree angle and make some small circles with the clubhe...
Get on your knees, tee a ball up in the middle of your body to slightly forward. Make a few practice swings. You will have to loosen up your shoulder sockets to allow your arms to swing, rotate and fold as they go around you. Hit some balls, getting the feel of loose arms and wrists. Your arms mo...
Start with the club in your lead hand. Take your grip, then practice swinging the club and hinging, unhinging, and rehinging your wrists with minimal arm swing. Change hands and do the same thing. Then put the club in both hands. When your lead arm gets parallel to the ground on the backswing, th...