Why Tilting Your Shoulders Is So Important | BEST DRILLS

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15 thoughts on “Why Tilting Your Shoulders Is So Important | BEST DRILLS

  1. Loving your knowledge which has helped me a lot Eric – thank you. One isue I have when trying to get sufficient tilt is I frequently hit the hosel on the downswing (I`ll not say the word "shank" – yikes!) Thinking that maybe I`m moving the head down too much while tilting?

  2. Eric, what club were you using in this video so help you take your “normal” setup? I want to model the drill as your doing it, but I don’t know how close to stand to the ball. Obviously you would be standing much closer to the ball in your normal 9 iron setup than you would be in your normal driver or 4 iron setup. Thanks!

  3. At what stage of the back swing one should feel the pressure on the trail foot ankle? Is it when the arms are parallel to the ground? The reason people does not till as much is because they want to put pressure on the back ankle on the back swing and it automatically come up because if one continue to till during back swing then it is difficult to put pressure on the back foot ankle? Pls advise thanks.?

  4. Your videos on shoulder tilt and trail wrist extension are $. Quick question: should the shoulders tilt steeply/toward the ball with driver, too? Or should the driver be more like the flat/wrong tilt so that you can get behind it and hit up? It makes sense to do this with shots on the ground but curious as to the tilt with driver.

  5. Is this Stack & Tilt?The way he seems to me locking his trail knee; and flexing his lead; keeping his weight on his lead side on his backswing sure seems to be. Cheers

  6. Shoulder tilt… interesting topic, can the lead shoulder tilt too much? I learned it can. Which resulted in the everyday pull hook. I was encouraged not to have steep angle of tilt with the lead shoulder, considering I was starting the ball left of center. Still enjoy all the content you're able to create

  7. Just a great series of videos on shoulder tilt – which I have discovered I've been doing all wrong all season (with brutal results, of course)! Kudos to both of you. And thank you, as well!

  8. Eric, this might be one of your best videos. This content is excellent! My father and I have been working on this and have seen some fantastic results. Thank you for your superb instruction.

  9. Hi good video. Have u got a drill to stop the head coming forward and down (steady head). I do this, I also flex my lead knee. Thanks. Stephen

  10. Is it fair to say under 'no circumstances' should there be no 'shoulder tilt?' My son pops up out of posture on backswing and it's somewhat into his muscle memory. When I try to get shoulder tilt he hits is worse. just seeking peace of mind that moving towards more tilt is ALWAYS the right thing. Great video!

  11. Thanks guys. Awesome lesson. We can see why baseball players, even good ones, don't easily transition to golf. I think it's also very difficult to tilt downward for many of us; it seems to require more flexibility. TU! to this lesson.

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