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It took him right out of world rankings and ultimately off tour. He is now commentating and doing a great job.
Here’s a golf training tip that will help your backswing range of motion, enabling you to have a much higher clubhead speed and quickly improve your driving distance.
I call it Backswing Shoulder Stretch:
•Extend left arm out in front of you (if you are a right handed golfer), in a handshake position, thumb pointing skyward. •Take right hand and put under left wrist, so back of hands are touching each other. •Pull with right hand against left wrist and make as big a turn on back swing as possible. •Hold for at least 15 seconds, repeat two more times. •Reverse stretch to work follow through.
As you can see this is a simple golf training tip, but one that is very effective if you do it consistently. This is a great stretch to do throughout your round to maintain a full backswing.
This is just one golf training tip that can have a big impact on your performance; and is well worth trying.
About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf trainers in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. For more information on his golf training programs, visit his new golf training site at Perform Better Golf.