Host Julie North and speaks with PGA Pro Colby Huffman out of Riverside Academy about the one of the fundamentals of golf – the golf swing.
If you didn’t know, Riverside Golf Academy is a PGA recognized practice range. The Academy has indoor and outdoor practice facilities plus a lighted Par-3 golf course. Their facilities are open 7 days a week all year except for Christmas Day.
RIVERSIDE ACADEMY RESOURCES FOR IMPROVING THE GOLF SWING
Some of the best features of the academy are:
- 16 Covered Hitting Stalls with Gas Heaters
- 18 Outdoor Hitting Mats
- A Large Grass Tee Area
- 2 Grass Chipping and Pitching Practice Greens
- 1 Large Grass Putting Green Outdoors
- 2 Practice Bunkers
- Indoor Putting Green
- 1 Covered Teaching Bay with Gas Heaters
- 1 Indoor Teaching Bay
- And PGA Golf Professionals on Staff such as Colby
Many people ask about the most simple, most effective ways to swing a golf club. So, Colby gives another great basic tip for everyone on how to swing the golf club.
Colby explains what to do with the club and how one should imagine it; a giant wheel on its side. If you imagine the swing like a wheel, that is a good basic fundamental about the golf swing.
YOUR FEET DURING THE GOLF SWING
How do you keep your feel during the golf swing? Colby reviews what happens when you’re too much on your toes or if you’re too flat footed for the golf swing.
End of the day, imaging the golf swing as a giant wheel on it’s side and finishing up on your toe.
Watch the video for more details info about Colby’s golf lesson on the golf swing.
Thanks for stopping by and we hope you enjoyed the show on today’s webisode with Colby and Julie on the basics of golf – the golf swing.
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