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Strong ankles are crucial for a stable lower body around which your upper body can coil. They help you to stay balanced throughout your swing and enable you to maintain solid grounding and maximise ground reaction force to transfer energy more efficiently up through your kinetic chain.

We walk about four and a half miles during a round of golf, often over undulating terrain. If our ankles lack strength, we tend to tire over the last few holes and experience a loss of stability and grounding that can have disastrous results. So, improving ankle strength should be an important part of any golfer’s conditioning programme and if you perform the exercises contained in this video regularly, say two or three times a week, you will soon begin to notice improvements in your ankle stability along with all the benefits that strong ankles will bring to your golf swing.