How to turn the shoulders on plane in the golf swing for consistent swings
Now we can get very bogged down with complicated movements and positions when we're trying to think about improving ball striking. But one very important and overlooked aspect is just how you sort of turn your body and what tilt that does. Now, I don't often talk about sort of a in a movements in this way, but this is something that I've noticed in lots of players and even myself. So I want to share that with you. And a very easy checkpoint that you can do to turn better, swing better and hit it a lot better. And it's very, very important that you apply this to your golf game.
It's not about where the hands are going so much. You can't control every time where the risks of moving, how the elbows are folding way w you know, you can't think about the minutiae. So let's simplify it, especially when we're on the golf course.
Now I know you've heard about this before, you go from there and then we're sort of bringing it back through. That's the sensation that I want. But the thought is left shoulder down, right shoulder down. That's the movement that I want left shoulder down, right shoulder down. But the key here is to not feel that the head is going down. So it's not like this. We don't want that. You've got to make sure that you're maintaining this sort of head height. But its left shoulder down, right shoulder down.
left shoulder is going down and we're then replacing it with left shoulder down, right shoulder down. And then from there you're going to be able to deliver with the right arm. You're going to be able to deliver, you know, a nice sort of compressed movement. Even if you're not swinging fast, you can do this kind of goal swing and I sorta three quarter sort of movement like that. Very simple thoughts to have out on the golf course, left shoulder, down, right shoulder down, making sure that everything's still turning but smooth at the same time.
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