As an instructor, I don’t often debate other instructors but there is one thing that other instructors teach that I must correct and that is the position of the feet. In many instances it might simply be misunderstood or even ignored, nevertheless I do not like to see the feet in a straight-out position. When the feet are straight, this can cause rolling during the swing, instability and even stress on the back.
The feet are the stabilizers of the body during the swing. They support your connection to the ground. If your feet are out of position, you will lose stability and your golf swing consistency and power will suffer.
This allows you to stabilize your backswing against the trail leg for power and then, in the downswing, brace into a stable flexed lead knee through the ball.
With the trail foot less rotated than the lead foot, you will be able to rotate the pelvis correctly throughout the swing and safely move through the ball which also saves your back.
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