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During transition, the arms have two primary roles. They need to start shallowing out the path of the club, and they need to start squaring the face. Many golfers struggle with this shallowing piece and use standing up or straightening the arms to shallow it out instead. Watch how great ball strikers demonstrate this movement, and how you can apply it to your swing as well.
Tags: Not Enough Distance, Transition, Concept, Advanced, Intermediate