SE­QUENCE THE TURN FROM THE GROUND UP

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Start­ing the tran­si­tion with the arms is the first move in a down­swing se­quence that en­ables you to cre­ate max­i­mum club­head speed and de­liver the club on the cor­rect swing path (slightly from in-to-out) and at­tack an­gle (hit­ting up on the ball). This se­quence of ro­ta­tion starts from the ground up. Your hands should drop about six inches be­fore your hips are the first thing to ro­tate (not slid­ing) to­wards the tar­get. Your up­per body and shoul­ders nat­u­rally fol­low to de­liver the club into im­pact. When you time this right your arms and body move at the max­i­mum speed at the same time through im­pact – and that’s when you hit it a re­ally long way.

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