[One Point Tips] Speed Up Your Swing While Maintaining Balance

Karen


Balance is important in the golf swing so that you can maintain your body angles throughout each phase of the swing. Doing balance exercises can improve your balance capabilities within your golf swing especially at higher speeds. If you have poor balance, you have to slow your swing speed down so you won’t lose your footing during your swing.





Here is a drill to help you increase your clubhead speed.


 

몸 균형 유지하면 스윙 스피드 더 증가


골프 스윙에서 균형은 매우 중요한데, 이는 스윙의 각 단계마다 몸의 각도를 유지할 수 있도록 하기 위함이다. 균형잡힌 운동을 하는 것은 특히 더 빠른 속도에서 당신의 골프 스윙의 균형 능력을 향상시킬 수 있다. 균형을 잘 잡지 못하는 경우 스윙 속도를 늦춰야 한다.




클럽 헤드 스피드를 증가시키는 법


Drill One: Set Up For Speed  스피드 내기 위한 어드레스 

어드레스는 에너지가 공으로 어떻게 전달되는지 영향을 준다. 좋은 어드레스는 올바른 스윙 각도와 동적(충격) 로프트를 만들어 공의 속도를 최적화한다


Chest Behind Ball: 공 뒤에 가슴을 세우는 느낌

엉덩이를 숙이면 척추가 목표에서 멀리 기울기 시작한다.

이렇게 하면 공 뒤에 가슴을 세우는 느낌이 생기고 속도와 공간을 만들어 임팩트를 줄 수 있다




Shoulders Angled Up: 척추 경사 각도 유지

척추의 경사 각도는 효율적인 상향 스윙을 만들어 준다. 이것은 헤드 페이스 소폿 찾는 방법을 리드하며, 효율적인 에너지 전달의 열쇠인 클럽의 공격각과 충격면이 가능한 한 서로 가깝게 유지되도록 한다


More Support: 정확한 다리의 각도 유지
정확한 다리의 각도는 백스윙을 더 견고하게 해주면
골반 깊숙이 감길 수 있도록 더 강력한 지지를 만든다. 
이것은 훨씬 더 역동적이고 강력한 스윙 회전력을 제공하며, 그것은 다운 스윙하면서 여분의 속도로 변환된다.

Make a 'backward K': 엉덩이를 목표 쪽으로
임팩트 효율성을 최적화하려면 엉덩이를 목표 쪽으로 향하도록 하고. 엉덩이가 약간 더 높게 앉는 것 같은 느낌을 주어라. 그리고 머리가 엉덩이와 함께 움직이지 않도록 고정시켜라. 그것은 스탠스의 위치를 유지하며 몸의 균형을 유지하게 해준다.

Gap check: 손이 턱 아래에
그 척추 경사 유지를 하면서 엉덩이로부터 굽혀준다. 그런 다음 어드레스를 하고 클럽 자체를 유지한다. 손이 턱 아래에 있어야 하고 손과 허벅지 사이에 주먹 모양의 틈이 있는지 확인한다.

황기철 콘페이퍼 에디터 큐레이터
Ki Cheol Hwang, conpaper editor, curator
 

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4 drills to increase your clubhead speed


A faster clubhead means longer shots. But you don’t need bulging muscles – just a better technique


 


How to Increase Club Head Speed

https://www.wikihow.com/Increase-Club-Head-Speed

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We don’t need a launch monitor to tell us that if we move the ball faster we increase our potential for hitting the ball further. Boosting your speed, though, is not quite as simple as it sounds. Increased speed cannot come at the expense of strike. Move faster at the expense of control and you’re robbing Dustin to pay Sergio. The first thing to establish is that increasing speed doesn’t mean a faster swing;
it only means a faster clubhead at impact.




The drills here cover elements like timing and sequencing to help you gain clubhead mph at the right time. The second thing is that many golfers think you need strength to move the club at speed. OK, it can help. But increasing club and ball speed is much more to do with technique than muscle. I will show you how to hone that technique... and as ever in golf, it starts with your set-up.


TG Top 50 coach Gareth Johnston talks you through four different drills to help you increase club-head speed


Drill One: Set Up For Speed 

Your set up influences how energy is transferred to the ball. A good address creates the right attack angle and dynamic (impact) loft, optimising ball speed.




Chest Behind Ball: 

Nudge the hips forward and your spine begins to lean away from the target. This gives you the feeling of setting your chest behind the ball – and that creates space and time to build speed coming into impact


Shoulders Angled Up: 

That spine angle tilt promotes a fluent upward sweep through the ball. This is how you find the middle of the face – but it also keeps the club's attack angle and impact face loft as close together as possible – a key to efficient energy transfer.


 


Setup & Address Illustrated Checklist & Tips

https://www.golfdistillery.com/swing-tips/setup-address

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More Support: 

That sharper angle in your trail leg creates a more robust support for the backswing, allowing you to coil deep into your trail hip with less risk of swaying. This delivers a much more torquey and powerful rotation, and one that translates into extra speed on the way down.


Make a 'backward K': 

To optimise impact efficiency, bunt your hips towards the target. Exaggerate the feel so your lead hip will feel like it sits slightly higher. Do not allow your head to move with the hips; it should retain its position, helping you keep your weight 50-50.


Gap check: 

Work on that upper-body tilt, making sure you bend from the hips and your spine remains extended. Then maintain it with the club itself as you take your address. Feel your hands are under your chin, and check there is a fist- shaped gap between your hands and thighs.

https://www.todaysgolfer.co.uk/news-and-events/general-news/2017/september/4-drills-to-increase-your-clubhead-speed/




 

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