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Indoor Golf Drills to Try at Home

By Kathryn Draney, American Golf, 11/14/18, 12:00PM CST

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The most important part of the swing is the rotation of your body. Sometimes when trying to achieve this, your club face will become unstable.

Practice doesn’t have to end when you leave the course. Here are some indoor golf drills you can try in the comfort of your own home.

Simplifying Your Swing

Many beginner golfers overcomplicate their swings. When working on your swing, it is important to make sure to “hit with your turn.” T

he most important part of the swing is the rotation of your body. Sometimes when trying to achieve this, your club face will become unstable. Try using books as a visual guide for putting practice. Line up to putt with a golf ball, but place one book south of the ball at your feet and another book just north of the ball. Position them far apart enough that your putter head can barely squeeze through.