Grip is the key to a great swing. You want to have a soft and gentle grip. You do not want to strangle the club. Hold the club like an egg that you do not want to crush.
Some golfers like to overlap their fingers in the back but that is up to the golfer.
You should keep your feet spread shoulder length a part. Keep your weight spread evenly on your feet. This will be key for weight distribution in your back swing.
Have your knees slightly bent.
Hips are square with the golf ball and your back is straight and up right.
You do not want to slouch over the ball for the weight shift in your back swing will cause you to become unbalanced.
Your head is down on the ball and your shoulders, hips, knees, and feet are square with the ball and you are set.
Keep your weight balanced on your feet.
In your back swing you want to keep your left arm straight and at the top of your swing allow your wrists to break. Your weight should be shifted to your right foot.
On your follow through, you're head, shoulder, hips, knees, and feet should be all square when you make contact with the golf ball. Your weight should shift from your right foot to your left foot.
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