Limit your back swing
To increase control of the tee, limit the backswing. Most golfers tend to overdo the backswing. An exaggerated backswing spoils the whole golf setup leading to poor shots that are not straight and do not go far. The exaggerated backswing comes as a result of the golfer taking the golf club too far back and try to bring it in position doing using super fast speed. There are two common swings that are experienced –the body turns too much and –the arms swing too long. To fix these problems, the trainer suggests a shorter, wider backswing
Harmon suggests that the player should keep their hands away from the head. This helps get rid of the long-arm swing. This simple tactic enables you to have a wider arc and thus enabling you easily swinging the golf club back at the front during the downswing. By simply keeping your right limb wide, you achieve keeping the left arm open. This single tactic leads to double results.
According to Ernie, one of the guys that work with Harmon, you need to turn your trunk all the way from beginning to end of the golf swing. Ernie believes that the chest should turn until the finish of the swing; he believes that your chest should be above the ball at impact.
Another of Harmon’s team is Adam. He feels that you need to release your head with the golf swing. According to him, most golfers tilt away from their target during the downswing flipping their hands past them. This is wrong. Once you are centered, you need to turn your head together with the swing and this will help in moving everything forward collectively.
According to another of Harmon’s team member Phil, the golfer needs to address how the feet behave during the backswing. This golfer had a problem of tending to overturn during the downswing, his legs raced ahead during the down swing. He had the feeling that his back heel led toes when he came down and it felt like he was dragging his heel forward. Failure to address the problem of the heel and toe movement on the downswing can lead to loss of balance causing toppling.
Butch Harmon golf swing tips are not tips from Butch Harmon alone but from him and his fieldwork people. Getting golf swing tips from three people leads to acquisition of more knowledge this is as compared to when receiving the tips from a single person.