I am on the hunt for indoor golf drills. The next few months will be long and cold, but the quest to improve my golf game never stops. As stated previously, I will be working on my putting very soon and in addition, I have decided to look for other drills I can perform in my basement. It did not take me very long to come across what I think is a great drill I can use given my limited practice area; it is called the swoosh drill.
The swoosh drill is designed to increase club head speed through a proper wrist hinge. Touted as having an added benefit of improving impact, I will have to wait until spring to judge the full benefit of this drill.
One of the great advantages of a properly performed swoosh drill is that I will be able to hear immediate results. This will allow me to adjust my mechanics quickly and without very much effort. Having immediate feedback (that we understand) is something I always look for in a golf drill because it means anyone can use it successfully.
Here is a video by PGA Erika Larkin describing the swoosh drill :
I can see this drill having many benefits for my game. It will help me swing a golf club in the dead of winter, allow for immediate feedback on my technique, and help me focus on a proper wrist hinge. This is a perfect drill for the dead of winter!
Has anyone ever used the swoosh drill before? Did you like it?
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!