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Shallowing out the club in transition is a key part of building a swing with a consistent flat spot. You can either do it with your arms, or you can do it with your body. If you do it with your body, then your hands will typically be too high and have to straighten too early in the swing. This usually results in the body stall and club flip combo that you see with a lot of golfers who struggle with consistency. If they were to continue rotating, because they didn't shallow with their arms, they would be too steep to have good contact.
Tags: Transition, Concept, Drill, Intermediate