The most important aspect of a proper ball strike is the moment of “impact”. No matter how much preparation you put into your swing, a bad impact will result in the breakdown of your swing and targeting. Here are some simple ways to closely monitor the moment of impact using an indoor golf driving range.

 

 

  1. Impact Posture

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First, your hands should be positioned ahead of the ball at impact. This is called the “hands first” impact. You can check this by ensuring that the shaft of the club is behind your left arm line at impact. Secondly, make sure that the movement of the right foot is inline with your weight transfer by reviewing the indoor golf driving range’s video replay. Keep an eye out for errors like foot rotation and lift at the point of impact.

 

 

  1. Straightening Your Spine

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It is important to keep the similar spine angle, from address to impact, for a consistent swing. At address, draw a vertical line from your buttocks. During impact, if your buttocks move away from the vertical line, it means that you’re straightening your spine.

 

 

  1. Collapsing Your Legs

Strong lower body strength is the foundation of a good swing. When your leg collapses, loss in directional accuracy and distance occurs. In order to generate consistent swings, the left leg should be firmly extended creating a wall, or maybe it’s bent at an angle, you can monitor this by reviewing the video playback data on the indoor golf driving range.

 

 

  1. Head Position

The head position has a huge impact on swings. Maintaining the same head position throughout your swing is ideal, but because it is difficult to execute, a slight lateral movement to the right or the left is permitted. However, if the head moves too vertically up or down, this can adversely affect the positioning and sight of your impact.

 

The most important aspect of a proper ball strike is the moment of “impact”. No matter how much preparation you put into your swing, a bad impact will result in the breakdown of your swing and targeting. Here are some simple ways to closely monitor the moment of impact using an indoor golf driving range.