I've been on a personal mission to find the areas that Surgites are struggling with the most. I've already shared a few revelations with you, but I want to keep it going. One of the most common issues I'm currently seeing is with head movement. There is a direct correlation between your backswing and whether or not your head moves too much, yet I don't think the majority of golfers realize this.
If you over-swing or over-rotate, your head will pick up and come off the ball. This makes a golf swing extremely difficult because you are now faced with the obstacle of getting your head back to where it started before you make impact, which is just downright hard.
A good way to control your head movement (aside from swinging only to a 3/4 vertical position) is keeping your nose at the ball. When you set up to the ball, your head should be slightly behind the ball. This means you must tilt your head just enough so that your nose is pointed at the ball. When you start your takeaway, your nose needs to stay there. Your swing thought should be to keep your nose at the ball all the way to impact.
Once you start to realize how much your head is moving, you'll begin to understand why consistency is a challenge. I promise that if you work on keeping your head still, the good shots will start to repeat.
Keep it vertical!
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