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MULLIGAN MONDAYS

MULLIGAN MONDAYS

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MULLIGAN MONDAYS
  • DRIVER: PRACTICE FROM YOUR KNEES

    Swinging the driver while on your knees is a great exercise to feel how your arms loosen up and your wrists work.

  • L TO L DRILL

    The L to L Drill uses the lever system by creating 90-degree angles. Make an L on the backswing and a reverse L on the follow-through.

  • FRONT LOADER DRILL

    Get a feel for your backswing by starting your initial swing at the follow-through position. You will feel the momentum of the club and the arc of the swing.

  • FEEL FOR THE DRIVER

    Flip the driver around and hold it at the hosel. Make swings with the handle of the club and switch back. You want to feel the weight and the arc.

  • HANDLE AWAY DRILL

    Pointing the handle away on the backswing and the follow-through is a great drill to get the club to accelerate through the ball.

  • EXAGGERATION DRILL

    If your hands and arms are too tight, do the opposite and hinge your wrists quickly. By exaggerating and finding the middle ground, you will improve your swing.

  • GET A STRONGER GRIP

    Work on getting a stronger grip. Hold the club more in your fingers, left hand on top, and palms facing down.

  • RIGHT FOOT LEFT TOE DRILL

    Stand on your right foot, use your left toe to balance, and make a swing. This drill will help you feel how to put pressure into the ground and not jump off your right side.

  • LEFT FOOT RIGHT TOE DRILL

    Standing on your left foot, while balancing on your right toe when making swings is a great drill to master shots 100 yards in.

  • HINGE DRILL

    Set up, hinge your wrists parallel to the ground, and swing the club to the top. This drill will help you hinge your wrists and get your club to the transition point of the swing.
    Ready to start applying the Hinge Drill? Watch the full walkthrough of the drill here:
    https://www.malaskagolf.com/dr...

  • WEDGE TRAJECTORIES

    Practice using your wedge hitting three different trajectories to work on trajectory and distance control.

  • FORCE IN YOUR LEFT HEEL

    Focus on force ending up in your left heel even to the point that it pulls your toes off the ground.

  • LAG

    Lag is letting weight of the club maintain the angle in the wrist as you swing forward to the ball.

  • SEE WHAT YOUR SWING WANTS TO DO

    Making a normal swing with no target can help you understand where the ball starts and direct your aim on the course.

  • LEARN HOW TO USE THE GROUND

    Know how to use the ground to make confident chipping and pitching shots.

  • IMPACT

    Learn how to make your right arm line up with the shaft.

  • YOUR SWING BOTTOMS OUT EARLY

    A great drill to help you stop your club from bottoming out on chip shots.