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"Keep your eyes on the ball" is not really necessary - Find out why!

“Keep your eyes on the ball” is not really necessary – Find out why!

“Keep your eyes on the ball” is not really necessary – Find out why!

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“Keep your eyes on the ball” goes along with that other common myth, “Keep your head down.”  Neither of these is really necessary for the golf swing. Anika Sorenstam and David Duval are prime examples of golfers who allowed their heads to swivel and their eyes move down the target line during the follow-through.  Piers Ward and Andy Proudman of Me and My Golf explains exactly what this all means to your game!

In this week’s Impact Show in association with Golfwrx.com Me and My Golf PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman talk about where your eyes should be at Impact.

Source: Meandmygolf

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