Impact Position in Golf Swing
Founder of Impact Swing
While the golf swing has many parts there is only ONE IMPACT POSITION on tour and it has been that way since Bobby Jones.
Every pro has their hips rotated toward the target in the 45 to 60 degree range with the longest hitters being around 60.
The weight has transferred and the rear foot is slightly off the ground.
So there are as many swings to this position as there are pros and many pieces of the swing such as takeaway, and top of swing positions and the downswing have similarities, none are as universal as the IMPACT POSITION in Golf which is what we call the IMPACT SWING.
Just look at the pros below, where is their belt buckle at impact, what is their spine angle and where is their back heel.
As long as you end up in this IMPACT POSITION you have an IMPACT SWING.
Your swing can be long or short, flat or upright, fast or slow, but when the club face meets the ball, your hips have rotated 45 to 60 degrees and your weight has transferred so the back heel is OFF THE GROUND.
No other swing theory emphasizes this, we were the first teachers to isolate the swing to this one moment and show the common connection between all great golfers.