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When swinging a baseball bat, most people will give little, if any, thought to proper mechanics and make powerful, fluid, coordinated swings. Yet, put a golf club in their hands and they look like they’re trying to injure themselves. The one plane golf swing can be thought of as making a baseball swing tilted down at the ground. To get the feel of this natural swinging action and reenergize your golf swing, practice these baseball swings.

1. Start from a standing position holding the golf club just as a hitter in baseball would address the plate.

2. Step forward with your left leg while at the same time rotating your upper body away from the target. This will create a tremendously powerful dynamic stretch between your upper and lower body that you will feel immediately.

With your left leg firmly planted, rotate your body aggressively to the left while keeping your arms relaxed. The hips will lead this movement and the stretch created by the coil against the lower body will snap the upper body around to the left.

The sensation here is one of having your hips rotate back behind you. Baseball hitting coaches teach their players to think of their hips rotating back toward the catcher through impact. That is a powerful image! Imagine your body rotating back “behind” you while keeping your arms passive and feel how the body can whip the arms and club through impact with little effort.






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