Looking for golf gift ideas? Swail can provide tips to amateur and even pro golfers. For example, Swail recommends thinking of your left hip joint as the point of rotation, thereby enabling a much larger move of the right hip/buttock in the behind direction compared to the minor move of the left hip in toward the ball. At the top of your ‘backswing’, do you have the feeling that your right hip/buttock has moved not at all in the back direction, but rather well behind and forward, and that your left hip has moved only slightly around in toward the ball? Probably not. You may feel that your right hip slid mostly in the back direction, moved somewhat in the behind direction, and that your left hip moved around well in toward the ball--a motion encouraged by the ‘back’ action you’ve ‘seen’ in that face-on view, underscored by the predominant use of the directional term ’back’ in golf instruction.
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At the finish of your coil with driver in hand, if you look across your left shoulder at the ground, your eyes should alight on a spot about 7 to 12 inches in back of the ball. You want to feel as if you’re rotating your left shoulder around and back so that it finishes under your chin. You must not feel as if your head tilts or moves forward --at all--in order to meet your shoulder halfway.