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Okay, just for the drill only section, I want you to start with the club upside down. Trust me, overcoming this momentum once the club's right side up is pretty challenging at first. Your goal, shift and turn. If you think shift and turn, relax your arm, and I want you to do this as part of the drill, let your arms kind of swing back and forth, your lead arm start swinging back and forth as you give it a little momentum. You don't want your arms all tight. If you do that, you're going to fire them first. Keep your arms nice and relaxed and just shift your weight, make little turns back and forth and feel how the club, even with just the handle, has some momentum.
This is the first part of the golf swing drill, just starting to make a little shift and turn, and now just make that turn a little bit bigger. Turn all the way to the top, back to impact, all the way to, and you can stop at impact, or you can release it. This is putting everything together, all in one motion. As you get comfortable with this, flip it right side back up. You can choke up on it if you like, makes it a little easier. You don't have to if you don't want to. Shift and turn. Shift and turn. Shift, turn, shift turn. You turn your shoulders going back. You turn your hips going through. That's it. That's the whole movement.
We'll look at it from down the line. My arm, I'm helping it stay relaxed by using the momentum of my turn to help bring it up to the top. Then it's all just my trunk, my core, bringing it down from there. I'm focusing on using my legs to bring the golf club down. That's it. Keep working on these drills. Keep stacking them. Keep working them every day. You're going to see massive changes in your golf swing.
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-Dr. Jeffrey Broker, Assoc. Prof. in Biomechanics at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Former Senior Biomechanist for U.S. Olympics Committee
-Hub Orr - Happy PREMIUM MEMBER of RotarySwing.com
-Sam Jarman, PGA Golf Instructor in the UK