In this video we discuss the important of shallowing out the golf club through transition & downswing. This can often be referred to as “over the top”, which can lead to poor contact and sliced golf shots.
Often times golfers struggle with the tendency of an out-in path, and incorrect swing plane through transition and downswing. This is only one of many key concepts when looking to improve your ball flight, power, and strike consistency.
1. Maintain tilts in transition as you change direction of pressure shift towards target.
2. Utilize the hip tilt in maintaining stable backswing- sometimes golfers forget creating proper hip tilt improves shoulder tilt consistency.
for correct sequence in leading to proper path.
3. Pressure shift towards target initiates downswing- lower body leads downswing.
4. Checkpoint- Shaft below right shoulder in transition as change of direction is initiated.
-Reminder: Without Shoulder Tilt, The Lead Arm Will Not Remain Straight In Backswing. Practice Lead Shoulder Down, Arms Wide & Extended At Top Position-