September 7th, 2012

ALMOST MGS but don’t ALWAYS ‘get it’? A common ‘leak’

ALMOST MGS but don’t ALWAYS ‘get it’? A common ‘leak’ MGS golfers sometimes lose a bit of their main (forward) or primary tilt while making the MGS twist. The solution? Make sure you have a good primary tilt or forward bend before you twist. That way, the golfer does not have an ‘early extension’ of the spine (ie. getting out of posture during the downswing), nor does he/she come over-the-top, with both butt-cheeks showing at impact and a right shoulder forward of the right toe. Also, the correct pre-twist forward bend allows a lot of room for the MGS backswing to happen.

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