Post Impact Position (front view)

 In Golf Swing

Post Impact Position. This is the only point in the golf swing where both arms will be pretty much straight. Forearms are rotating to square the clubface. Hips are turning to the left into a straight leg. During the post impact position the clubhead will reach it’s lowest point during the swing. About 3″ to the left of the ball the clubhead will travel into the ground to hit a divot creating a slightly downward attack on the ball. The body weight is fully into the left leg. COMMON MISTAKE Arms bent at this point and weight not into the left foot enough and lack of forearm rotation for power and accuracy.

PRO TIP The feeling from the impact position to the post impact position shown in the picture, is that the club travels along the ground for about 12″. Almost that there is a flat spot in the swing circle.