Golf Drill to Improve Coordination

Golf Drill to Improve Coordination

Two Club Drill

Here is another advanced players drill, it is called the two club drill. What I am going to do is swing both of the clubs in unison back and through. This is a lot harder than it looks. I have seen some really good players on the range work on this at PGA Tour events. It gets everything working together. We try to get half way back and then half way through. You have to go back and forth, back and forth. We might extend that a little further back and through but it is really easy to get these clubs clanging together. Believe me, it will take a little time.

Silent Swing

For all players, start small and see if you can go to half way back without clanging them and then half way through without clanging them. You will feel so much better when you have the body working with the club. Once the clubs start going by themselves they start to run into each other and you will be all over the place. This kind of synchronizes your arms, it is a good little timing drill. Try that at home. You can do a few of these before you tee off. You will get a great feeling when you swing that your arms and chest are working together in the golf swing.

Category: Arms
Sub-Category: Practice, Backswing, Swing Drills, High Shots
About the Instructor
Jim  McLean
Jim  McLean
Jim McLean Golf School
Doral Golf Resort and Spa
4400 NW 87th Avenue
Miami, FL 33178
Tel: 800-72-DORAL

Jim McLean runs the Jim McLean Golf Schools, considered by some the world's finest. He is listed as one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and Golf Digest's #3 instructor in the world.


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