Informative Golf Information
Willing to lose a few pennies?
March 19, 2012Posted by on
I’ve been working real hard in finding ways to help golfers learn how to play golf better. During this process I’ve used some of the best golf swing analysis software such as TrackMan golf launch monitor to collect data. What this piece of technology has done me is create some fun golf training exercises that are incorporated into unique golf lesson programs and comprehensive golf coaching programs that will help improve your golf swing as well as golf scores.
We constantly see unique golf swings of touring professionals on TV. None of them swing the club the same way but do have similarities at impact. This penny drill will hep you achieve a better impact position and will begin your golf improvement. Here is how to practice this drill and develop a better golf swing.
- This is a simple but difficult drill to become effective at but will certainly improve your contact with the golf ball. Your going to need a bunch of pennies and let’s start off with a sand wedge for now. Once you get good at smashing pennies with it, you can move into a longer iron. All you need to do is lay some pennies on a mat. From there try to crisply hit each penny.
This will help you learn how to control low point and the leading edge of the club face. Low point is one of the essential skills necessary to consistently hit solid golf shots. Learn that and you are on your way to controlling your ball flight. Now that you have practiced this some, go ahead and place a golf ball about an inch in behind a penny (see picture below) so that the penny is between the ball and target.. The golf ball should look like a beach ball now. Your goal is to get the penny off the mat while allowing the ball to get in the way of the club working its way toward the penny. What you’ll feel is a nicely compressed golf shot.