Never Let Your Left Leg Do This in the Golf Swing

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This video is all about a mistake in the backswing that you need to avoid.

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Golflre says:

I was also told to flare my feet so that hip rotation is easier. That puts my knee almost straight out. Do you recommend this flaring?

Lama 67 says:

Watch tour players. They do almost the opposite of what you’re saying. You get way too far behind it and on the outside of the right foot doing it your way. Trust me I know I did your way for years.

Todrunk2funks says:

this is incredible.. had no idea I was doing this wrong! You're the best

lance taylor says:

I see a lot of pros knee come straight out. Could you explain why thanks.

Pete Whitfield says:

Thank you Russell, this is the missing piece of the puzzle for me. Have always thought I should be bending the knee forward to get more rotation and got frustrated when I still move forward and didn’t understandTried the knee as suggested and have never hit it better and lower body stays back.

Shane says:

Or… this is a “fault” its a result of bad teaching? MAYBE try lifting your left heel like all the old greats? Then you’ll get an incredible hip turn and like magic, no back pain…?

john boyle says:

Does Justin Rose not move his left knee out over his left toes in backswing?

Julie Rader says:

Great info!!

Roger Lindgren says:

Realize that I'm a bit of an all-together-swinger. Great stuff. Think this also sometimes causes instability and too much lateral movement. Thanks for sharing.

Robert Lund says:

Never realized this fault. Thank you!

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