Hips turn be­fore shoul­ders

Golf World (UK) - - Tour Tips -

The down­swing should start from the ground up, with your hips turn­ing back to the ball be­fore your shoul­ders start to turn. This en­ables you to drop the club into a neu­tral po­si­tion and at­tack the ball from the inside. Most slicers turn their shoul­ders first so you get ‘over the top’ and the club swings across the ball from out­side-to-in.

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