Golf Tips - Ladies Only: More Distance!

By Larry O. Krupp

If you are looking for more distance, look no further! A majority of LPGA players (and some PGA players) do something at impact that helps generate more distance. The secret is in the footwork. The more you are up in the front of your feet at impact, the further you will hit the ball. Some players exaggerate this to the point that both heels are off the ground at impact. So, give this "Toe dance" a try and see if it doesn't get you into the "Ball" game. *





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