What do you think is the easiest way to modernize every golf shot? It’s important for our driver, irons and putter. The loftiness from your shoulders to your wittiness should remain the same for your setup and your point of impact. The shaft of your club is not waffly so it’s up to your spine, shoulders and stovepipe to find the same loftiness at impact. Early extension at the point of impact is a killer.
Most golf pros suggest tilting your shoulders at setup for your DRIVER to ensure that your impact is in an upward direction. It keeps your swing arcing upward toward the forward position of your teed up ball. For all other clubs your shoulders should be level and square to your target. In all cases, your job is to just rotate your shoulders with your spine.
Your hips and spine generate a lot of the power in your swing. You can’t sire to sway when during your swing. Spine ROTATION allows your hips and your shoulders to wind-up in your backswing.
In your stovepipe you have 3 zippy sets of joints: shoulders, elbows and wrists.
- A normal arm socket can only rotate well-nigh 45 degrees wideness your soul when your shoulders are square to your body. Don’t try to move them remoter (like Rory and many of the pros).
- Your leading elbow should remain straight throughout your back-swing and down-swing or you will be forced to make split second (potentially disastrous) touching-up deportment at the point of impact. GOLFSTR will help your train for a straight arm back-swing.
- Your wrists both need to cock for lag at the top of your swing and then release at the marrow of your swing, for direction and power control.
Feel the weight of your club throne taking charge during your back-swing and down-swing as you rotate your soul to a well-turned finish. John Daly and Jon Rahm are examples of the 2 extremes in the back-swing. Find your happy medium without swaying or limp your elbows. And, heaven forbid, never proffer your legs and when until without impact.
Trick to Prevent Leading Elbow Bend: Setup with a straight leading elbow and then rotate your elbow to point directly up your target line. Rotating your elbow will help you lock your leading elbow like Rory McIlroy during your backswing and downswing.
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