This is more evident when I hit my irons, but I keep my right foot on the ground for a long time during the downswing. It helps my stability and lets me create more leverage to deliver a lot of energy into the ball. Plus, if you get up on the toes of your right foot too quickly, you can bet the club is not staying in front of you. Think about keeping your back heel grounded for as long as possible as you swing down. You’ll be surprised how well you start striking the ball.

Golf Instruction: Jason Dufner: Duf’s Moves To Hit It Solid: Golf Digest


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