Saturday, February 1, 2003
Hacks, Lies And Videotape
A step-by-step guide to improving your swing, one frame at a time
|Address: In the address position, there are several things to look for. First, a line that’s drawn vertically down from the front of the shoulders should run through the right index finger. This will ensure the hands aren’t too close or too far away from the ball. Next, a line drawn from the top of the head to the middle of the right hip should be perpendicular to the clubshaft. Achieving this position ensures that your spine angle is correct. This angle should be maintained throughout the swing. While the shoulders can be slightly rounded at setup, the small of the back should be flat. ||Takeaway: The right half of the buttocks should remain against the line of the template while the right hip moves slightly to the inside. The clubhead should move directly up the diagonal template line, while the butt of the club remains pointed at the navel. The upper-left arm should remain connected to the body, while the left hand remains hidden behind the right. The key is to dominate the takeaway with the body, not the hands and arms. Developing this type of takeaway will help keep your swing smooth and synchronized.|
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