Having a good golf stance is important for hitting the ball powerfully and accurately. You'll also be more safe if you have a good golf stance. Follow these tips to improve your golf stance for driver.
Start from the feet up
When you golf, you need to stand in a good position. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart and your weight should be on the balls of your feet. This will help you stay stable. If you stand too close together or too far apart, you will have trouble balancing.
You should also distribute your weight evenly on both feet - this is especially important when using different clubs. Just remember that for a driver, you should put more weight on your back foot than your front foot.
Sink into it
There are some things you need to worry about after your feet. For example, you don't need to worry about your shins. But you should pay attention to how you're bending your knees. They need to sink down gently, rather than drop down severely, when you're golfing with a driver.
Keep your hips honest
When you golf, it is important to lean from your hips instead of your shoulders. This will help you rotate more in your backswing and also help keep pressure off your back.
You can also use your hips to figure out how far away from the golf ball you should stand. Flex forward until your golf club hits the floor- this is where the ball should lie.
Lastly, you need to make sure that golf stance is one that's comfortable for you. It doesn't matter what golfers say, if it feels weird or wrong - don't do it! You'll end up hurting your golf game and chances are you won't golf as well as you should be able to.
It should feel good and normal- like something you can be successful at. If it feels awkward, try to change things around until the golf stance feels right. That way, your golfing will improve naturally and without any extra effort on your part.