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Golf tips: Take a stance.

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Good posture at set-up allows a golfer to make an athletic swing that is in balance -- a key to consistent shots. Try this exercise to improve your golf posture:

Find a full-length mirror and stand sideways on.

With your feet shoulder width apart, stand up straight with your hands on your hips.

Keeping your back and legs fairly straight, tilt forward until your shoulders are forward of your toes.

Flex your knees very slightly, feeling the balance point in the centre of your feet, not too much on the heels or toes.

Keep the chin clear of the chest and allow your arms to hang freely down from the shoulders.

If you would like to book a golf lesson with a Royal Golf Club PGA teaching professional, call 17750777.

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Date:Dec 16, 2015
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