What it promotes
By making sure your spine angle is not allowed to vary during the course of your swing, you are helping to establish a key component associated with good shot making: reliability.
What it tries to cure
Golfers who tend to stand up at impact will invariably hit thin shots as a result. Focusing on staying down on the ball will help you in creating divots which are usually absents from shots made where the golfer starts to rise at impact.
Why it works
Your spine angle is first set at address as you prepare to start your swing. It is at address that your club is first positioned on the ground directly behind the ball, a position we’d like it to return later as you come down towards impact.
When is it most useful?
This golf tip can be adopted for all golf shots as none require you to change your upper body angle between address and impact.
There is an article about how to stop standing up at impact golf, please watch it together. If you have any questions, remember to reply.