In golf, your main aim is to stay focused on the ball and thus your stance needs to stable and centered. In order to keep your body balanced in the right manner you need to distribute your weight properly. This is possible in the following manner:
You must keep your knees flexed when taking the shot so that you can put weight on your ankle fronts. You must also make sure that your joints are aligned in a straight line from the side.
In order to maintain a good balance, you need to shift your weight to your toes by moving forward slowly and then moving back on to your heels. Remember to keep your back straight at all times.
Keep rocking back and forth on your toes and heels atleast 5 times and your eyes must be closed. This will help you create a good balance and keep you stable over your ankles.
Now, you must get the right weight distribution in your golf stance by repeating the same method. Just widen your stance and get into your swinging position. Now, rock back and forth on your toes then on your and heels five times. You must keep your eyes closed at all times.
You must now move your ankles outwards so that you can shift your weight to the outsides of your feet. Remember to keep your knees stable and firm. Then move your ankles back inwards so that the weight now moves to the insides of your ankles. Repeat this step about five times and focus on the pressure of your ankles on your foot.
When you are done with these steps, you will find that your ankles are more stable and centered and thus your weight has been distributed evenly.
It is necessary to stay centered and to put your weight on your ankles when taking a shot so that you can hit the ball with as much force as you want. If you are not centered, you will not be able to balance yourself when taking a powerful shot and thus it may get misdirected. Keeping your weight on the ankles helps you counter any swing when you rotate backwards and forwards for your shot and thus will keep you balanced.