Finish Position

During the process of follow through to halfway we control the ball best with the wrist hinge action of thumbs down to a horizontal hinge release. But since we’re trying to promote the bigger draw go to knuckles down halfway and do the full twist away placing the back of your left hand facing …

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Follow through through position

It is the rocking up of your left shoulder not the turning of your left shoulder that allows your right hand to reach and hit deep through the ball. When you run out of right arm to extend in the follow through, the momentum of your hands, arms …

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The Release to Follow Through

When your hands reach low point and the shaft is both parallel to the target line and horizontal to the ground we bring all these angles back into line to release the power. We maintain pressure on the back of the shaft #2 & #3 also under and on top using #1 which helps form …

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The Transition to Start Down

The transition is where the backswing stops and downswing begins. This is controlled with pp #2 and the tail bone pp#6. At the completion of the backswing the torque causes the spine to be straightening and center balancing of the body pivot occurs. At this point the tailbone continues to push towards the target and …

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Back Swing Alignments

Step 1-2 The mid back position   The arms relationship to the body need to remain throughout the swing Engage pressure points 1 & 4 The right hip pull back The knee alignment creates stability The shaft alignment to the hinge pin remains in line Use the ‘step in’ pivot drill to …

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