Plant for Power
Your feet play a vital role for a solid backswing. Ideally, at the top of your backswing, the primary pressure point should favor the inside of your back foot. If you are flexible enough, it is best to keep your front foot firmly planted in your backswing. This helps create that power coil for good distance.
Power Failure: Lifting your front foot narrows the distance between my knees and provides minimal coil.
Coil is the relationship between your lower body and upper body in the backswing.
ABOUT BARRY GOLDSTEIN!
I enjoyed a few lessons with Barry in Florida. He is super-knowledgeable and has an easy breezy teaching style that puts anyone at ease with a splash of chuckles. He also participated in my Road to Pars TV concept sizzle! He is a natural on camera and was a pleasure to work with.
Barry is a professional golf instructor based out of the famed Inverrary Country Club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Barry has appeared numerous times on the Golf Channel’s Academy Live, Your Game Night, and Champions Tour Learning Center. Selected twice as One of America’s Top 50 Golf Teachers by Golf Range magazine and nominated 4 times by Golf magazine as One Of America’s Top 100 Golf Instructors. Barry has been an instructional editor to Golf Tips magazine since 2000 and has authored more than 100 nationally published instructional articles in golf magazines.
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