December 09, 2019 at 12:51 PM
Played Saturday with a couple guys who are a whole lot better than me. One is multiple time club champion and I am a 20 handicap. On one of my tee shots which was probably my best for the day, he said I really got through the ball. He said my swing seems to stop right as I get to the ball but that time I got through it. So for the next few shots I tried to make sure I got through it and wound up just turning and pulling everything way left. I asked him about it after the round and he said I need to get my right shoulder to continue through the shop instead of stopping. This is probably why I flip my wrists so bad I guess. Any tips or drills to help me with this? Thanks
Corey FHanahan, SC
Doug EUrbana, MD
December 20, 2019 at 01:56 PM
Focus more on turning your hips through the shot. Your shoulders are more visible, but it's the hips that turn your body.
By focusing on your shoulders, you're over-rotating resulting in the pull (assuming your right handed).
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?