Players on a golf course use the pivot tactic, which
is the way the player moves the body. The player will
pivot the head and toes and not the arms or hands.

Pivots may seem easy to understand for the expert
player but to an amateur the motions are extremely
complex. Pivots enable the player to move all of his
muscles in a second. It is difficult to focus in this
short of time.

Another technique is the elbow drill. With the elbow
drill, the player is able to slow things down. This
drill is the replica of the exact pivot.

The elbow drill demonstrates while reinforcing the
golf swing. It is an automatic drill, which gives the
player a great feel so that he can repeat his action.

This is one of the best drills. The elbow drill
requires that the player place an object that
represents the golf ball on the ground. The club is
placed behind the players back and through the
player?s elbow.

With this drill, the player has support for the club
and his posture. The shoulders are back, which will
insure that the player bends from his hips without
slouching the shoulders.

The feet are spread so that it meets the width of the
shoulders. The right, back, and front side of the
player?s weight are equally distributed.

The player then bends at the hip socket and keeps the
back flat in alignment with the knees, which are
flexed slightly.