You Get This So Wrong SHOULDER TURN or SHOULDER TILT (simple golf tips)

You Get This So Wrong SHOULDER TURN or SHOULDER TILT (simple golf tips).

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00:00 Introduction
00:38 The Drill
00:52 Step by Step Guide
02:03 Add it to your swing

13 thoughts on “You Get This So Wrong SHOULDER TURN or SHOULDER TILT (simple golf tips)

  1. Does there not have to be both? But the torso turns the shoulders & not the shoulders separately or it'll be an arm swing. Isn't tilt part of the set-up & maintaining posture?

  2. My biggest problem. When I get lazy or tired or cocky I always make a full shoulder turn but it’s level. And I never remember until I’ve stuffed up my round ??

  3. Coach good advice. Took me many years to understand this concept and the importance to strike. Can do a simple 50 yards into the Green advice vlog.

  4. been working on this as an element of stack & tilt, my take away key is to feel as though i lock the trail leg knee just before take away. forces me to stay inside the trail leg and turn the hips back and away

  5. great drill! I will be sure to start using this before I start hitting balls at the range. I struggle with this and bringing the club too far inside at the takeaway.

  6. My key is to make a slight hip bump , so left hip is little higher then right hip. This way I turn much better I only have to control that weight stays inside right foot

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