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There is a common assumption that the left shoulder controls the low-point. This is based on a double pendulum model of the golf swing. A model that has some challenges explaining some of the normal movements we see with elite golfers. A better way of looking at low-point is monitoring 2 key locations. What is the sternum doing? What are the arms doing? If you identify these two movement centers, you will have a good chance of understanding your individual low-point strategy.
Tags: Poor Contact, Iron, Release, Concept, Intermediate