Today's Golfer (UK) - - SUPER COACHES -

Like Brooks, the av­er­age golfer takes the club too far in­side on the way back, and then comes over the top into the down­swing. Most prob­lems I see stem from an in­cor­rect weight trans­fer, which starts in the back­swing and with the weight favour­ing the left side. As they tran­si­tion into the down­swing, their brain tells them at the last minute to swing left, and the more they do so, the more the weight shifts to the back leg and causes a weak slice. Prac­tis­ing the two moves be­low will help to solve both prob­lems.

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