LEAD SHOUL­DER DOWN

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Note how Tiger’s left or lead shoul­der is al­ready slightly lower to the ground than his right shoul­der. This is be­cause his shoul­ders are turn­ing on a tilt, at 90º to his spine an­gle, and not level with the ground. This feel­ing of a tilted shoul­der turn is cen­tral to your abil­ity to re­tain your ad­dress body an­gles as you turn. Think left shoul­der down, not around.

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