STOP Early Extension By Improving Hip Rotation




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Up to 70% of all amateur golfers suffer from early extension in their golf swing. Despite this staggering number, less than 1% of tour players have the same issue with their swing. This illustrates what a huge impact early extension has on the overall golf swing and resulting shot.

Early extension describes any motion in your lower body in the direction of the golf ball during the downswing transition. This motion will cause a player’s arms to lag behind their body, which makes the torso rise upward as the golfer comes through the ball striking zone. This typically will result in a two way miss for the player, and cause loads of frustration.

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Players will find it to be quite easy to diagnose early extension in their golf swing. The fastest way to tell comes from the squat test. In order to conduct your own squat test, stand with your feet pointed straight forward, keeping them hip width apart from each other. Next place your thumbs on your shoulders and hands behind your head.

Once complete, squat down to the ground as far as possible. If your thighs cannot go past your knees while in this position, unless leaning forward or rounding your back, it’s safe to say your swing suffers from early extension.

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