A Key Backswing Move That’s A Must For More Compression
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One thing ALL good ball strikers have in their backswing is lead shoulder tilt. There is a huge correlation between solidness of contact and that move in the backswing. In this video, Mark Durland is taking me through a great drill he uses with his students to achieve that lead shoulder tilt in the backswing.
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