Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play -

Golfers talk about mak­ing a “one-piece take­away” in the back­swing, with ev­ery­thing mov­ing to­gether. But your down­swing needs to be co­or­di­nated, too. I have to make sure my hips don’t ro­tate so fast that my hands are left be­hind and can’t square the club by im­pact. For am­a­teurs, the op­po­site hap­pens. The body stops, but the arms keep mov­ing and the club squares too early. The key is to not rush down. Let the hips un­wind un­hur­ried, and the hand speed build so the club is mov­ing its fastest through im­pact.

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