How To Shallow Your Downswing In Two Easy Steps
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Similar to the rotation video we posted, what you do in the setup or backswing or before you make your downswing is incredibly important and has a big influence on your downswing.
To shallow out your downswing, when you make a backswing there is an equal and opposite effect. When you go back, the more you go vertical the easier it will be to shallow out coming down.
The right arm and shoulder are the second piece here. If you play other sports – baseball, tennis or football – the right arm and shoulder throwing or hitting motion is pretty similar to what you want to shallow the club.
For you guys and girls that are still steep or still over the top, these are two pieces you can work that are really going to help you.
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