Pretend you are holding a garden hose with your hands instead of a golf club. Through this metaphor you are meant to execute your golf swing as you would if you were to hold such a flexible object in your hands.
Remember to execute your swing using a ‘good’ tempo. This is in contrast to moving from one swing sequence to the next suddenly or abruptly.
Focus on the correct sequence of actions that make up a golf swing. At the early stages of the takeaway, only your arms are bringing the club back. Following this initial stage the shoulders begin to help your arms back and finally your hips follow suit and complete the swing rotation. On the way down, the sequence is reversed. Hips are first to move and begin uncoiling before shoulders bring the arms back down towards the moment of impact
Remember to shift weight towards the back/right foot during the backswing and towards the front/left foot during the downswing and onward. This is in contrast to shifting weight in the exact opposite way, a swing error known as the reverse pivot.
Remember to transfer weight during your swing through upper body rotation specifically. This is in contrast to shifting weight via the lateral movement of the hips, a swing error that is called swaying.
Concentrate on making sure your knees don’t lock up during your swing, or at least not until after impact with the ball. Specifically, the right knee can have a tendency to lock up at the top of the backswing whereas the left knee can behave similarly at impact.
Focus on keeping your head at the same vertical level – or distance from the ground – throughout the first two sections of your swing, from address to impact. This is in contrast to seeing your head move down and up as you perform your backswing and downswing through impact. Note that it is ok to lift your head gradually as you perform the follow through and move towards the ultimate finish position.