By Shawn McConnon

July 23, 2021

A Simple Step Drill for a Sequenced Golf Swing

This drill works great for sequencing your golf swing because it's transferable.

Meaning it's closely related to your golf swing that you would use on the course.

Here's how to do the sequencing drill....

  1. Take a slightly narrower stance (image below)
  2. As you take club away step forward (to normal stance width)
  3. Complete your rotation & swing through
drill for golf sequence, narrow stance just a bit.

Narrow your stance just slightly and then step to your normal stance.

Why The Golf Sequence is Important

You can have a great 'looking' golf swing, but if your out of sequence you'll never reach your potential.

Sequencing helps golfers with consistency, power and accuracy.

When you have a sequenced motion your treating the golf swing as an athletic movement. This is vital to taking your game to the next level. 

It moves you closer to treating the golf swing as 1 single motion, like throwing a ball.

What Drills Do You Do to Sequence Your Golf Swing?

Let's keep the discussion going...

Drop a comment below and let us know what tips or drills you do to help with the timing of your golf swing.

About the author

Shawn is the founder of UpGlove. He started UpGlove to solve his own problem of getting an affordable player's glove. Shawn is a single-digit Handicap and loves to play different courses throughout Tampa Bay. He also enjoys taking his two doggies Brutus & Champi for long walks.

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