Get your chin up

Get your chin up

The best golf swings undoubtedly tend to be the simplest. The fewer moving parts you have in your movement, the easier it is to repeat and gain consistency with your ball striking. But a lot of people are guilty of not keeping their chin up.

bunkered Tuition Panel member Andrew Jowett, Head PGA Professional at Gleneagles, runs through a simple tip on how to rectify this.

To prop your chin up, it will look as though you’re looking over your nose at the ball. It may seem like a strange feeling at first, but it’s bound to help improve the consistency of your golf swing.

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