Question for some of you better players.
Lately (past month or so) I've been kicking my right knee inwards (towards target or lead knee) during set up, this seems to help tremendously with staying centered and pretty much guarantees that I don't hit it fat (my old nemesis). While I have read a lot about people that kick the trail knee towards the lead knee to initiate the downswing, in my case it is a static piece of my set-up. I feel that it pre-sets me to roll my trail foot properly and encourages a nice linear hip shift, like I said I get great ball first contact every time when I do this.
My question is, does anyone else here do this and what are your comments on it. Also I'm wondering if it is something that could potentially lead to injury? The knee feels oddly vulnerable (for lack of a better description) but the results are very solid.
FWIW, it's still big time winter here so I'm hitting into a net and can't comment on anything other than contact which has been very solid with this set up.