Brad Redding’s Tip of the Week (Dec. 5)

December 4, 2012 

All together now

I want to simulate a golf swing as much as possible, but I also want to promote a good motion, give a high success rate and make it as much fun as possible. Use the tennis racquet with a tennis ball teed up with a shaft and tee. Place both hands on the racquet and position it behind the ball. From a good posture, make swings and hit the balls. Each swing should finish with weight on the golfer’s lead foot and the heel of the back foot up and on the toe, with the racquet behind the golfer’s back and head. This is not only fun, but it is producing a good golf swing motion.

BRAD REDDING is the Director of Instruction at The Members Club at Grande Dunes and is a PGA Master Professional in Instruction. He can be reached at 843-913-1359, brad@bradreddinggolf.com or www.bradreddinggolf.com.

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