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Don't Spin The Shoulders
This is a tip that has been used, with success, for a long time. When the upper body spins too soon, it creates a major steepening and leftward path of the club. It also creates a force that makes the arms want to fly away from the body. If you do this during transition then you are likely to struggle with the longer clubs, with distance, and with hitting a draw. A common feeling of keeping the left shoulder closed and your back to the target will help keep the club swinging more in-to-out. A lot of golfers use this movement to compliment a weak grip and open clubface, so make sure that your hands and wrists are doing the right things in transition as well.
Playlists: Fix Your Cast
Tags: Cast, Transition, Drill, Beginner