Cool Finish Position for Good Balance

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Cool Finish Position for Good Balance
Category: Follow-Through
Sub-Category: Swing Mechanics

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Video Golf Tip | Cool Finish Position for Good Balance

Let’s have some fun with your finish; we can call it a Cool Finish. All of us want to be cool, whether you are twelve years old or 70 two years old. There is something about the word cool. Watch, this is a cool but also productive, balanced finish. Finish your swing with your weight on your front side and hold it for a second. Then as a second step bring your club back down to waist level for one second and finally let the club slide down your left hand through your fingers. When you get your club in the left hand you should find it on the balance point of the two center fingers of that hand, evenly weighted front to back. By being cool in the finish you have helped your rhythm, your balance and your timing. You look good which makes other people think you are good, which is not all that bad, because if they think you are good then maybe you will think you are good. If so then we all win. Be cool, it works.

About the Instructor
John Elliott, Jr.
John Elliott, Jr.
St. Andrews Golf & Country Club
3N441 Route 59
West Chicago, IL 60185
Tel: 630-231-3160

John Elliott, Jr., is listed as one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and Golf Digest's #39 instructor in the world. He is the head professional at the Country Club of Ocala in Ocala, Florida.


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