Next time you’ve got a spare moment (and nobody is looking), try conducting the following experiment. Try standing on your right leg with your left knee bent for 30 seconds without wobbling or collapsing, then switch over and try the same exercise on the other leg.
You will probably discover two things. Firstly, that you are unable to stand on either leg for anywhere close to 30 seconds, and secondly that you will invariably be able to stand on one leg (probably your right) for considerably longer than the other.
Now if you happened to be a tour pro, this exercise would be no trouble whatsoever. One of the fundamental a tributes of a good golf swing is symmetrical balance and core strength, plus the ability to transfer your weight from one side to the other both effectively and powerfully.
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