You can usually tell if a golfer has made a good swing by looking at their finish. Golfers with a full, well-balanced finish position are usually those who use their bodies correctly throughout the backswing and downswing.
If you are failing to get all the way to a full finish or fall off balance somewhere along the way, you need to make some adjustments. When you watch the best players on TV, they generally hold their balanced finish position until the ball has landed. This demonstrates that they are in control of their swing at all times.
During your next range session, focus on reaching a balanced finish and commit yourself to hold your finish until your ball lands.
Born and raised in Bermuda, Terence began playing golf at the age of 10. From Bermuda, he moved to Arizona where he played and competed at the state and national level. In 2005, he was part of the Arizona State Championship team. He attended Grand Canyon State University where he played 4 years, earning Conference POY and All American Honors. After completing college, Terence competed in mini-tour circuits around the country before transitioning into coaching. After a few years of coaching full time, he decided to switch gears and use his degree to work with companies that create coaching tools. First working at TrackMan now and soon finding a home at Shotzoom.