Bending over at the legs and waist disrupts natural talent, turning, timing, rhythm, feel, control and power in the golf swing.
A traditional bent over stance setup is inconsistent at golf ball address. Traditional golf instruction without justification instructs golfers to bend at the legs and waist to specific angles and positions.
Bending at the waist splits a body’s axes of rotation into halves and creates two working swing entities that oppose and work against each other. (Back injury)
Traditional incremental length golf clubs force all golfers to be bent over and setup various angled positions to reach and hit a golf ball.
Bent over set up stretches a golfer’s back and neck over the golf ball and creates a posture that is not aligned or supported by legs and lower body.
Muscle tension increases, peripheral vision awareness is disrupted, golfers must divert focus and attention to maintain an angled, off balance swing position.
Standing up to swing a golf club allows golfers instantly to regain natural talent, turning, timing, rhythm, balance, feel, control and power.
At golf ball address, standing up maintains a body’s center of gravity that allows the body to remain relaxed and aligned on a common center axes of rotation with balance.
Stand Up instruction with properly fit longer one length clubs keeps all golfers at their natural height and elevation and does not force golfers to bend over to reach and hit a golf ball.