When making a full swing at the ball, it’s important that we are able to do so in balance. In order to create a consistent stroke, the lower body must remain stable.
Many golfers struggle with this and as a result, this creates swing flaws and compensations. In order to help you create a more stable lower body, try out the wide-stance drill.
Simply set up to the golf ball normally with a mid-iron and address the ball with a stance similar in width to that of a driver. This will force the lower body to remain quiet throughout the stroke. Remember to implement that feeling of stability into your normal swings.