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Body rotation is one of those things that amateurs seem to struggle with and pros seem to do with ease. Many times, golfers think that they are not physically capable of getting rotation, but as you'll see in this program, most of the reason that amateurs aren't as open with their body at impact is because of the movements of the arms and club.
Simply put, if you have the clubface in an open position, then you won't hit a good shot if you rotate your body. For a great way to visualize this phenomenon attach a piece of cardboard to a club perpendicular to the club's leading edge. This will give you an idea of where the club face is pointing and help you see how much club face rotation is required for a tour like impact position.
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Tags: Fundamentals, Not Enough Distance, Impact, Concept, Intermediate, Beginner