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Ball Striking Improvement Series - Tip 4: Shoulder Rotation

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 23 Aug 2017 | Comments ()

Many amateur golfers will tend to go wrong when rotating by turning too flat in the backswing, encouraging them to sway backwards and lose their centre of gravity over the ball, massively influencing an inconsistent strike. 

Steve helps you identify the correct way to rotate your shoulders to help you improve your strike. By rotating around your spine angle and moving your right shoulder up and back for power and speed, along with rotating the left shoulder down towards the left foot, a more dynamic and consistent movement will take place. 

An important part of consistent and effective ball striking is down to a repeatable and strong rotation through your backswing, and one of the key ways of doing this is to rotate the shoulders correctly just like Steve shows in his video. 



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