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Rotation, Rotation, And More Rotation In Your Golf Swing

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Old 08-19-2011, 02:05 AM
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Rotation, Rotation, And More Rotation In Your Golf Swing



In golf, it is all about rotation. More power requires better rotation. To keep your body healthier, it is about better rotation. For consistency, you??d better be able TaylorMade Fairway wood to rotate. The body rotates around a spine angle that should be fixed or stable, keeping your club on the proper swing path. Are you able to do this with your swing? This may be the TaylorMade R11 Fairway Woods idea that separates the high handicapper and low handicapper: the ability to rotate your body, keeping the club on a consistent swing plane. Admittedly, some of the pros like Jim Furyk make some interesting movements in the swing, but if you dissect it a little further, you will notice they keep the club in a certain slot on the TaylorMade Burner SuperFast Driver backswing and on the downswing. Every tour player is able to rotate around a fixed or stable spine angle, make a linear weight transfer, and successfully hit the golf ball. This is the goal of the golf swing: keep the golf club in a slot, essentially dissecting the shoulder on the back swing and follow through. Fewer than we would probably like to admit. So how do we rotate the body and keep the club in this slot? The answer Taylormade burner tour driver is probably not the one we would like to hear. It requires developing a a for the golf swing and knowing what the body is doing at every step of the golf swing.
 
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