ARMS DROP TO START THE TRAN­SI­TION

Golf World (UK) - - THE SPIN -

The most com­mon mis­take I see from am­a­teurs is get­ting the up­per body mov­ing first in the tran­si­tion rather than let­ting the arms drop be­fore the up­per body turns. This gets the club com­ing over the top and throws it out­side the line so you swipe across the ball and hit a weak fade or slice. Try to wait at the top of the back­swing and let your arms drop into po­si­tion like you can see here. It re­quires pa­tience in the tran­si­tion and plenty of prac­tice, but it al­lows you to re­ally fire your body through the rest of the down­swing so you can at­tack the ball from the in­side with max­i­mum club speed.

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