The 12 Basic Swing Positions
The club stays in front of your hands at takeaway.
3: Nine O'Clock
The Club is parallel to the ground, on top of the toe line and parallel to the target line
Arms are horizontal and parallel to the ground. The club is on the swing plane at 12 O'Clock
The club is parallel to the ground and the target line.
6. Midpoint Downswing
Downswing: the downswing is initiated with the hips, dropping the club under the shoulder.
7. Nine O'Clock Downswing
Feel the club reach parallel by driving the butt of the club to the left side.
Feel the hands in front of the club head with a forward shaft lean to avoid casting or flipping.
9. 1/3 Swivel
The hands are still ahead of the club shaft,
10. 2/3 Swivel
Arms cross over at this point to allow the club to release.
11: Full Swivel
Club is releasing
The hands finish high behind your head.
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