Many of us know how important it is to start in the proper posture position in our set-up. But how many of us think about the importance of maintaining that posture or spine angle throughout the entire swing? If you don’t you should![youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzluzNSqYvA] A key reason why tour players typically strike the ball so well comes from their ability to maintain their spine angle throughout the swing and into their finish. As a golfer, how many times has a playing partner told you “you picked your head up” after a poor shot? Believe it or not this is normally not the case. Your head is attached to your spine, so you’re not lifting your head you’re actually lifting up and coming out of your posture at the moment of impact. Some of the best players in the history of the game already had their heads pivoting towards the target well before impact, players such as David Duval and Annika Sorenstam to name a few, but because they did a great job of maintaining their spine angle through impact they were known as great ball strikers, even though they weren’t actually looking at the ball at impact. Now the million dollar question you’re asking yourself is “Great! But how do I do this? I’m not a tour player!” Simply watch me demonstrate in the video above! For more information visit www.BS3GOLF.com WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?