One of the most significant keys to a good golf swing, and greater distance, is the ability to load up the right side on the turn. Part and parcel of making a good solid turn is having the flexibility to do so. As we grow older, one of the inevitable consequences of aging is the loss of flexibility.
Sure exercise and toning can make a difference, but for a better golf swing you may need a little extra help. In this video Danny Maude shows us a couple of setup changes that, with very little effort, can help compensate for the natural loss of flexibility.