Hip (Pelvis) Rotation, Pressure & Common Faults

If you want more pars, let's make sure that you are rotating your hips or more specifically, your pelvis during the backswing. I share some common scenarios (featuring some of you!) to help you develop a more efficient hip rotation. Plus, I cover lots of goodies including pressure and common faults that I see..all to help you get better strikes. So, let's get to it!

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19 thoughts on “Hip (Pelvis) Rotation, Pressure & Common Faults

  1. I like the tip on the little space that is created between the hip and the pole. Creating the extension. Just trying that move in my living room watching this (While a winter storm goes on outside!!) if I don't don't do the little extension I come over the top with my shoulder and club. Very good tip to correct that!! Thanks from Canada!!

  2. I really appreciate you breaking these rotation moves down. I have made just about all of the mistakes that you mention. Now perhaps I can improve! Thank you!!!

  3. Perhaps I'm over-thinking the process but when I see you swing, it is one smooth, buttery, powerful, mellifluous flow. I get very segmented in my swing while thinking, hips, arms, pelvis, wrists, which then leaves my arms screaming through the ball in the downswing, almost as if I have to catch up or recover lost speed to create distance. I may not be on the mark here but that's how it appears to me. Perhaps I just need to go to the range and build (video) the PROPER sequence/muscle memory before I worry about distance/accuracy.

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