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The forward lunge is an excessive movement of the upper body toward the target. While shifting 1-2 inches closer to the target at impact than you were at set up is normal with an iron many golfers shift more than that. Many golfers also shift that amount with a driver and struggle with predictable misses. If you forward lunge it could be because you are powering the swing with your upper body, or because you need the lunge to help control low point or the amount of face closing. Get a clear understanding by watching this concept video.
Tags: Poor Contact, Chicken Wing, Cast, Impact, Concept, Beginner