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Amateur golfers rarely have enough arm shallowing in transition to allow for body rotation for power and shaft rotation for face control. Frequently, when they start working on shallowing the arms, they are unclear about the movement to train and the amount of shallowing required. In this video, we target a goal of 2 feet of club travel during the arm shallowing phase. This represents the upper end of tour golfers amount of shallow with a driver. By training this exaggerated version, you are much more likely to have it show up in your actual golf swing the way you would like.
Tags: Not Enough Distance, Transition, Intermediate