Broom Golf Swing Drill: Ann Cain
The broom golf swing drill is from the Golf Practice Planner.
Broom Swing Golf Drill
Long Game Practice Drills
2 out of 10
Broom. Golf Practice Planner.
The broom swing golf drill will improve your contact with the ball.
It will help to reduce those dreaded mishits. It will help prevent fats, thins, and tops. It will also stop you from casting on the downswing. The drill works on multiple functions including stance, pivot, swing plane, and clubface angle.
Step 1: Watch
Watch the video.
Step 2: Broom Swings
Take your address position. Choke down on the broom halfway.
Make a mini backswing. One end of the broom points at the ball (the painted part of the broom, if you’ve painted your broom).
During the downswing maintain the wrist angle, and rotate through the ball. The broom handle shouldn’t hit you on the through-swing. If it does hit you, it means that you’ve released the club too early in the downswing.
At impact, the broom (clubface) should be square, and the handle should be angled 15 degrees to the left.
Finish the motion with a pivot (face the target without being hit by the broom).
Step 3: Keep Score
Hit 10 imaginary balls. Give yourself one point each time you do the movement correctly.