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In transition, shallowing the club sets up the swing for success or struggles. The most common way for tour pros to shallow the club in transition is to use their shoulders. This allows them to use their legs and trunk for creating speed instead of for controlling the path. This combination helps gets the arms in position for a release with a good flat spot through the ball and a chance to have a high level of consistency in the strike.
Tags: Transition, Analysis, Concept, Intermediate