At the top of your swing , you should have about 75% of your weight on your back foot.
A: Transferring your weight is so very important in all sports, especially in golf . When you make your backswing you are creating torque in your body, so your weight will move to the inside of your right foot. When you finish your swing your weight will move to the outside of your left foot.
The weight should start at 50/50. Somewhere between halfway back and the top of the backswing the player should max out weight on the back foot at 80/20. At halfway down (arm parallel to the ground) the weight should once again be 50/50.
Facts. The Magic Move, the one that initiates all great ball-striking, is the first move from the top of the backswing. Prior to the squat even taking place (if it does at all), all great golf shots are made or lost.
Your weight should be 50-50 on your left and right legs and between the balls of your feet (those cushioned pads just below your toes) and your heels .
Here’s the secret : Gravity creates constant acceleration. If you swing the club downward, it automatically accelerates. The problem is that most people stop the club when it hits the ball. Don’t hit at the ball; swing through it.