A lot of people ask me what they can practice before they come to a Golf School. My answer is always the same… The Cornerstone Drill.
The Cornerstone Drill is great because it's a drill that you can practice on your own and with a couple of checkpoints make sure that you're doing it correctly.
In the clip above I explain how the Cornerstone Drill helps you really get comfortable with the foundational elements of a great swing. From structured arms, to activating the core (from forward bend to slight hyper-extension), to relying on your pivot to collect the golf ball.
So many players get stuck trying to strike the ball (this often creates too steep of a path), which causes them to have to stand up to try to save it (leading to chunking and slicing), then they try to steer it straight (using their arms because they are use to it not going the right direction).
If you can master the Cornerstone Drill, you'll not only being doing something that looks a lot more golf-like, but you'll be ready to hit the ground running when you come to a Tour Striker Golf Academy school (TSGA).