The Golf Factory Chapter Three
Homer Kelley's "The Golfing Machine"

The Feet

Chapter # Third - The Feet

The LEFT FOOT should remain flat on the ground, not supporting any weight at the top of the backswing. The left foot can be raised off the ground and the left knee can be pointed back behind the ball, if one wishes. But, this movement has no beneficial results, and can be detremental, if the left foot is not replaced back on the ground precisely at the same point on the ground and presisely at the same moment during the swing each time.

The RIGHT FOOT starts flat on the ground. It stays flat on the ground until it is pulled up onto the right toe by the forward rotation of the right hip.

The Golfing Machine
Howard McMeekin, PGA Life Member

The feet are very passive in the golf swing.