Everyone from PGA Tour players to 18 handicappers are looking for ways to add distance. In order to add distance, you have to add speed to your golf swing and today, Larry Rinker, former PGA Tour player and popular instructor, shows how to accomplish it.
Too many amateurs have fallen into the old thinking — the old “Pull, Turn and Hang-On” methodology. That won’t create speed.
In order to create speed, you have to make proper use of the lead arm — the left arm for right-handed golfers, the left hand and wrist.
Larry will demonstrate what needs to happen at impact and will give us a simple drill to get the proper feel — and golf is still primarily about proper feel.
For a visual image, look at the four position sequence of Tiger Woods. Check out the position of his left arm, wrist and hand in the third picture from the left.
If you can find that position at impact, your ball striking will improve with practice.