How To Tilt The Shoulders In The Golf Swing (Backswing)
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Tilting during the backswing is a huge indicator of solidness of contact.
When I look at shoulder tilt for good golfers, I’m usually referencing the lead shoulder – or for a right-handed golfer, the left shoulder – and where it goes in space. One of the keys to striking your irons really solid is that you have to go from basically no tilt at address to having some tilt to the left – or left side bend – during your backswing.
Quite literally, if I stand up straight and I just bend to the left and make my left shoulder get closer to my left hip, that would be left side bend.
As I bend my left side, then I’m also going to be rotating. When I go back from face-on the checkpoint my left shoulder will go down and in to the point where it’ll get about to my sternum location.
Another key checkpoint we use is If I take a normal setup and I were to draw a line through my spine, I want to turn my shoulders about 90 degrees to that line, or to my initial spine angle.
So, from there, how do I start my downswing? I take my left shoulder and I go down more. When you do this, a lot of you are going to feel like you’re a lot closer to the ground than normal with your body. And if you watch our other videos, you know that that’s a good thing! When you get closer to the ground you will have to bend your arm and keep your wrist angles and you’re going to hit the ball way more solid,
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