There are several things to bear in mind when getting into the initial stance for golf, but today we will be focusing on stability.
Stability is extremely important to achieve regularity in golf, and of course you have to maintain it throughout the entire swing. In the initial stance, you must achieve good stability in the feet and legs so that the musculature of the torso can relax, thus allowing you to turn and move easily. Otherwise, these muscles, by maintaining stability in the lower body, will be activate and exert force to keep the body vertical and stable, preventing the torso from moving freely.
We have to teach our bodies to find this stability.
As for the legs, you have to try to achieve equally distributed support on both, while in your legs you should feel a pressure from toes to heel. Only in this way will you achieve 100% stability.
“100% stability in the lower body = a relaxed upper body that is prepared to move”