The role of the upper and lower body in the transition of the golf swing!
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This great segment by Piers Ward and Andy Proudman of Meandmygolf explains the key role that the upper body and the lower body play in the transition between the backswing and the downswing. Understanding that there is a disassociation between the two will help you hit longer and straighter drives.
A considerable amount of flexibility is needed to get this motion really working. So if you are stiff in either the upper or lower body, check out the link below on what exercises to do to help your body get into the correct positions. This is an absolute must if you are going to gain more power in your golf swing!
In today’s Impact Show we discuss how to separate your hips from your upper body in the downswing and what can happen if you can’t disassociate your lower body from your upper body. We also show how other sports use disassociation so well. All this with the brand new TaylorMade M1 driver.
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