This is where the stack and tilt golf swing can come in use. The stack and tilt swing differs from a traditional swing since it keeps your weight on top of the ball and allows for greater impact with the club face. The best part is you can be doing the stack and tilt golf swing in 4 easy steps…
Address the ball and keep your weight distribution even between both feet and over the ball. Notice how it feels different than a traditional swing set up.
As you come up for the back swing, make sure you start straightening your leg, this will allow you to stay on top of the ball.
During your swing, make sure your front foot has weight on it the entire time. This s very critical, the reason a stack and tilt golf swing is different than a traditional swing is that, it has weight on the front foot the whole time. By maintaining the weight over the ball, you will obtain a degree of control that is greater than a standard swing.
Vary the weighting of your feet as needed. Lets face it, everyone is different, this means that you won’t be able to use the exact same weight distribution in your stack and tilt golf swing as I do. Start with a 50-50 distribution and then try varying it from there.
The stack and tilt golf swing is definitely a powerful technique for a serious golfer. The inventors, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer have trained several PGA Tour players including Charlie Wi, Steve Elkington, and Tom Scherrer.