One of the charms of golf is that you are trying to swing the club in a circle and hit the ball on a straight line. This is a best case scenario. Many times players come to me with swings that are inefficient because the radius of their swing circle does not stay constant. This problem is easy to spot because it looks like┬áthe left arm is bent and the club shaft is too close to the body at the top of the backswing. The result is that the downswing must compensate for the lack of swing radius on the backswing. The compensations include casting from the top, the weight staying on the right foot and scooping through impact. I call this type of motion a “puller inner-thrower outer.” See the video below for a full explanation


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