Take 4 practice swings.  On a scale of 1-5, how well did you swing into balance?  Are you fully turned?  Relaxed?  Can you hold that finish position steady for a while?  Rate your practice swing on smoothness and balance. 

As your numbers approach 4 and 5, begin to swing more powerfully….  See if you can still get a sense of smoothness with great balance at the end. 

Now hit 4 shots.  On a scale of 1-5, how well did you swing into balance? 

Not only will you learn how to transfer the feelings of your practice swing into your real swing, you’ll probably also become very aware of 2 things:

1.  The instinct to strike at the ball (bad)
2.  Results of impact and ball flight will overwhelm most golfers, keeping them from improving balance, the critical element in improving impact and ball flight….  

If you can recognize and overcome this desire to scrap balance once a ball is present, you can really begin to work on your FULLY ROTATED, RELAXED BALANCED FINISH!!!!  Improvment is then pretty much guaranteed…

Now repeat.  4 swings, no ball into balance.  4 swings with a ball.  Simply judge on smoothness and balance. 

BAM!  You’re better. 

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