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Transferring energy from the legs to the shoulders is an important skill. Many golfers default to using their back. This usually causes an extra shallowing movement that can be balanced by steeper arm movements. If you struggle to shallow out your arms, it could be a sign that you struggle using your obliques as the main transfer muscle.
Tags: Poor Contact, Early Extension, Fairway Wood, Transition, Member Question, Concept, Advanced, Intermediate