Fix Your Flying Elbow INSTANTLY | Golf Swing Lesson

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Today we quickly fix that ugly right elbow position at the top of your swing. This simple backswing tip, will get you on plane and ready to attack your downswing with much more consistency. —
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Johnny Hicks says:

Thank you great tip .

Abreron says:

It keeps going left when I do this

Richard Gerz says:

Good luck! Turning pit of elbow during setup is easier

Everett Troyer says:

I feel like I lose control of the golf club at the top of this new backswing; as if the club shifts/slips in my right hand. Is this an illusion; the club really isn't shifting? Or is it a grip issue? Note: I start with a strong grip, all "V's" are good.

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