Originally Posted by Brian W
When I play tomorrow I am going to concentrate on a posterior stance and see what I notice. It feels better with just some practice swings in the backyard and I feel like the swing is more coiled and not as rugged and inconsistent. I think it also makes key 1 more achievable.
Am I way off here?
I would agree it makes Key #1 more achievable, couple reasons,
- It's just easier to pivot and make a more "full" pivot if the lower back is flat-ish/upper back rounded than if you had an S curve in the lower back and a straight upper back.
- Pressure in the feet is more stable, guys that stick their butt out will tend to have the weight in their heels.
- More posterior feel helps get the eyes down