1-minute Check Your Shoulder Turn
Golf Instruction • 1m 8s
Your body ultimately influences the path of your club at impact, which can affects the initial flight of the ball. If you want to become a more consistent ball striker, you had better learn to move your body correctly.
Your shoulders should move perpendicular to your spine angle and turn 90-degrees to your target line. If you lack flexibility in your shoulders, neck or core, you may not be able to make a complete turn at the top of your swing.
Watch this tip to help you increase your shoulder turn.
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