Add Yards Back To Your Drive by Overcoming Lost Flexibility

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As you know the power in your golf swing is developed in your core pivot, not your arms. This is a problem for many of us as we age.

As we start to lose flexibility we stop being able to twist our backs and shoulders like we used to. Because of this we start losing power and yards from our golf shots.

The body lean golf tip in the video above will help you get your back and shoulders to rotate more in the back swing so that you can get more power out of your golf swing.

If you don’t get your back and shoulders into your back swing you will naturally start relying on your arms which will not only cause you to lose some serious distance, but also lead to a number of other nasty problems in your golf swing.

So if you are losing flexibility do yourself a favor and try this out:

Simply open up your right foot (left foot for lefties) pointing it slightly backwards.

Lean your spine back so you are behind the ball, with your shoulders slightly turned behind you at address.

(Note: leaning back slightly doesn’t mean that you start your golf swing with your weight on your back foot. This tip doesn’t change how you balance your weight.)

These simple little tweaks to your golf swing make it much easier for your joints to twist the way they need to get the most out of your golf swing.

As Marc said in the video this little trick will also help you stay behind the golf ball during your swing. Many older golfers have a tendency to get in front of the ball too early in the swing, a problem that also robs power.

Oh and before I forget, you know that stinger shot that Tiger Woods always uses, well Marc Minier has finally decided to demystify the whole thing so average golfers like you and I can start using this little trick.

I convinced him to put together a new video where he breaks the whole thing down and shows you exactly how to hit that stinger shot.

It’s simple to use and it can shave some serious strokes from your golf scores. To learn how to hit the Stinger Shot Click Here.

For Better Golf,
Doc O’Leary
Head Golf Nut, OHP Golf

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4 thoughts on “Add Yards Back To Your Drive by Overcoming Lost Flexibility

  1. SINCE FLEXABILITY IS LOST — WHAT SHOULD AN OLDER GOLFER USE FOR CLUB SIZING. DO I MOVE TO A FORGIVING FLEX SHAFT ? PERHAPS , A WOMENS FLEX SHAFT. IS THEY’RE A NEED TO GO ALL HYBRIDS VS. EXISTING IRONS ? IS THIS SET UP ALSO USED FOR NON-DRIVING SITUATIONS?
    I THINK YOU GET MY DRIFT.
    THANKS,
    ED

  2. Hey Ed,
    I would definitely look into getting senior flex shafts in your driver and fairway woods. As far as hybrids go I got rid of my long irons a while back. Hybrids are easier to hit, are more forgiving, and with graphite shafts they have more flex. I definitely recommend moving to hybrids. As far as the stance Marc is talking about in the video you can try it out on other shots too. Hope this helps, and sorry for the delayed response.

  3. Dear Doc,
    I am 65 years old and in the past few years I have lost all distance. Yes, I have many physical issues
    consisting of arthritis in every major joint of my overweight body. It is great round when I break 100. Doc,
    one issue that annoys me the most is I do not hit the ball square. I hear my friends getting that certain crack when
    Hitting from the tee as well as many other golfers. I have taken enough lessons and I am swinging inside out. Even
    doing this I still don’t hit solid, square with no distance. I am not able to hit past 150 yards. It makes it hard to have fun golfing. I plan on going to a local Golf Galaxy and take a few lessons and I am hoping with the advanced video they possess it will point out some glaring flaws. I so much enjoy all of the golf information you share with us.

    Thank you,
    Tony from Cleveland

  4. What is the best way to create lag?

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