How To Use The Right Shoulder To Create The Perfect Impact Position
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When we talk about the right shoulder in the golf swing, what I really want to express is how it affects everything else at impact. Where your right shoulder is in space is going to affect how your arms and hands work. It’s going to affect your body rotation and ultimately how well you hit the ball.
In the downswing, how far forward I make my shoulder go towards the target is going to have a big influence on what my right arm and my right wrist do.
If I come down and I straighten my right arm early or straighten my right wrist, both of those act to lengthen the distance between my shoulder and the club. If you look at good players that impact, what do they look like? Their right arm is bent, and their right wrist is bent back. That’s how you compress the ball.
From the top of the swing, the more my right shoulder can work towards the target, the more that I can get my clubhead to the ball. Moving my right shoulder towards the target I can get my handle forward, I can maintain my right arm bend and my right wrist bend and have a good impact position.
So, how do we do it? You want to feel like your right shoulder gets to the ball and to impact before the clubhead. You’ll find your ability to get your right shoulder through and more forward is going to allow that right arm to bend and is going to allow you to maintain the right wrist angles we talk about in a lot of our videos.
The second way to master this right shoulder move is going to be through forward bend and right-side bend. The farther my body is from the ground, the more I have to lengthen my right arm and throw my right wrist. But the opposite is also true. The closer I get to the ground during the downswing, I have to bend my right arm, I have to bend my right wrist and that is going to be a position I’m going to hit really well from there.
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