Do you want to learn how to improve your golf swing? Watch this short video with expert Bryan Pemberton. Bryan Pemberton is a PGA Class A Golf Professional. He played in the PGA Nissan L.A. Open Qualifier Nike Tour for 4 years. In 1991, he was the NCAA All American at USC.
Bryan Pemberton explains that a golf swing can be improved by maintaining proper golf posture. In the words of Pemberton, proper golf posture can be defined as “how you stand to a golf ball.” According to Pemberton, players should avoid standing up too much. When they stand up too much, they do not hit the golf ball effectively. This eliminates their swinging motion and prevents them from hitting the ball far.
Instead of standing up too much, Pemberton recommends that players should bend at the waste a little bit more. Bending at the waste a little bit more will enable players’ spines to be perpendicular to the golf clubs. When the players’ spines are perpendicular to the golf club, the players will be able to swing their golf clubs the easiest. Hence, the players will be able to swing their golf clubs all the way to the top and all the way through. Also on a further note, Pemberton explains it is also important not to hunch over too much. Pemberton explains posture is more important than believed in golf. The right posture will go a long way with diligence, practice, and determination.