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Stability of the body is key to improved golf swing

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PGA Professional Charlie King says stability in your swing is the one weapon all golfers can't do without.

Most people take for granted that if your feet are planted, your arms can swing fast and through the ball. But a golf swing is no different than a baseball player's swing or a place kicker's kick: You need stability of body and resistance.

The video golf lesson includes two drills to practice that will reinforce the basics of a good swing. One video is for stability, and the other is for improving your forward swing.

Charlie King on stability in your swing

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Charlie King demonstrates two drills that will help reinforce the basics of a good swing: stability and your forward swing.

Charlie King is PGA director of instruction for the prestigious Reynolds Golf Academy at Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Ga. He is ranked among the Top 100 Teachers in America by Golf Magazine, and has authored two books: "You're NOT Lifting Your Head," and "Golf's Red Zone Challenge." Click here to read his golf blog.

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  • Drills

    Beck wrote on: Jan 19, 2011

    Thanks for the videos of the drills, they have been very helpful to my overall golf swing.


  • Drill

    Gene Usry wrote on: Oct 12, 2009

    Ive felt this resistance with accomplished shots.Youve made it easier to grasp with this info.Thanks


      • RE: Drill

        yc3gza wrote on: Apr 2, 2010

        so nice to know how my swing is right thanks