The Basic Steps to Perfect Golf
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Down Swing Sequence of Movements. ( Changed - 29/08/2019)


You reach a point during the back swing movement when the rotational movement of the compact upper body unit will not rotate any further without the head moving away from the Fixed Frontal position.

 

Just before the upper body unit reach the absolute end of the back swing movement, press firmly down on the ground with the left foot, and simultaneously force the hips to pivot in the reverse direction.

( The hips must pivot whilst held at the same angle as set at the address position.)

This dual action of pressing the left foot to the ground and forcing the hips to pivot will force the upper body unit to follow the movement of the hips and begin to rotate around the central core of the spine.

(Do not allow the hips to sway towards the target area as they pivot.)

 


Therefore from the moment the down swing movement begins, the hip rotation takes total control over the rotational movement of the upper body.

The upper body unit must remain in this configuration (i,e. where the golf club is held at approximately 90 degrees to the right arm.) whilst the hips force the compact upper body unit to rotate around the central core of the spine.

However you have to judge to precise moment when to begin pull the arms into the contact area and whilst the hips continue to force the compact upper body unit to rotate around the central core of the spine,

This arm action must be timed so that the club head strikes the ball at the precise moment you begin to force the whole body to quickly turn to fully face the target area which happens at the same speed the club head moves through the contact area, whilst simultaneously you force the right arm to fully straighten, again at the same speed that the club head swings through the contact area, whilst the head remains firmly fixed in the original address position.

Importantly, as the club head swings through the contact area, the right shoulder must be moving under the chin.

 


However y
ou must keep the elbows as close together as the arms interact.
(Top class golfers physically force the right arm into the fully straightened position but for now simply allow this happen automatically.)

But all this must be performed without allowing the hips or the head to sway away from the original address position.


 

 

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