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One of the most common golf swing flaws concerns how the upper body and spine sway opposite of the golf ball rather than rotating against a player’s hips or by creating a reverse pivot. As players begin experiencing such issues in their swing, many rush to remedy other elements of their rotation rather than seeking out the actual source of the flawed motion.

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A classic reverse pivot causes a player’s body weight to move onto the trail leg during the backswing, which culminates in the spine and upper body shifting in the same exact direction. Neither of these methods of rotation generate power or maintain structure during a golf swing.

If you’re swaying to your right ( or left for other players), you’re most likely rotating your upper body correctly but you may still be under extending your spine angle, which will be crucial to maintaining your positioning and controlling your upper body rotation during the swing. Try to maintain the middle of your shoulders and the middle of your hips closely together so they remain as aligned as possible throughout your entire swing.

Players that are able to rotate their upper body correctly can then unwind during their downswing transition, which will reveal the true source of overall power in their golf swing. Golf’s most powerful muscles are found in a player’s quads and glutes, with the core muscle group being the third most powerful in the overall swing. If these muscles are not rotating currently through the entirety of your golf swing, players become much too reliant on the strength in their hands and arms, while produce much less force than the core and lower body muscle groups.

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