Getting Your “L” On!

Seema_Purple_L_PositionToday I was working on my swing at the Butch Harmon School of Golf in Henderson, Nevada at The Rio Secco Golf Club.  My coach Vic Wilk and I are continuing to strengthen my back swing by getting me in a stronger “L” position.

You are probably wondering… “What is the “L” position?”

The “L” position is a 90 degree angle that your arms and your club should create on the way back.  The better your “L” position, the more power and speed you create with your arms and body.

To get to the “L” position, you need to have good width with your arms, good  wrist hinge and a powerful shoulder turn.  Take a look at my YES and NO picture, you can see a strong “L” position versus a weak “L” position.  The strong position looks and feels more powerful than the weak.Seema_Vic_Range

To practice the “L” position, you don’t need to hit balls.  Use the mirror and a 7 or 8 iron to see and feel your arms, wrists and left shoulder staying strong while taking the club away.

PS: Today was “Purple Tuesday”, so cute and fun today at practice!

“L”ove You! 😉 Seema


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