A common problem for many golfers, as they take the club away too far to the inside on the back-swing. This puts them in a position where the shaft is going to continue to steepen, even as we transition into the downswing. As the shaft steepens it causes an increased angle of attack and a path headed to the left (RH golfer). Ideally, we would like to get the club back more on plan by taking it more outside, in addition to creating hinge in the wrist to set the club. If you are having problems with what this feels like, use something to block your path of an inside takeaway on the back-swing – in my case I used a chair because it is readily available to most everyone out there.
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