Speaker 1: Let's talk a little bit about the set up.
It's really important when you set up to the golf ball to be stable with your lower body but also have mobility with your lower body, and to do that you want to make sure that you have a little bit of knee flex.
Now don't overdo it because then you become too mobile and you won't have the stability to turn against, and that's what you want in a back swing.
Make sure at address you have a little bit of knee flex, and it's important that your feet and your knees are parallel to each other at address.
You don't want to be twisted one way or twisted the other.
You want everything to be really square at address and you want your hips and your upper body to also follow those lines.
In a perfect world, it would look like this, a little bit of knee flex and your feet, knees, hips, shoulders, and also your eye line would all be parallel left of the target line.
That's a great starting point and will allow you to make a neutral golf swing that will increase your chances for consistency.