Proper golf swing needs to be explained simply. And that explanation needs to provide the overall feel of a good swing. Please visit our Home Page to learn all that the SWAIL DVD and eBOOK have to offer all golfers. Proper golf swing help reminds us that emphasis on ‘swinging rhythmically’ causes a golfer to think about moving his lower torso, upper torso and arms in unison. What you want to do is snappily contract your psoas muscles thereby pulling your torso down and stretching further all those large thigh and hip muscles responsible for hip rotation.
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Interestingly, the arms and whipshaft--whose swinging motion dominates the overall appearance of what’s going on, therefore giving rise to the movement being labeled ‘swing’--are secondary, reactive elements, not causative. Again, Jack Nicklaus, in Golf My Way, while acknowledging some players appear ‘handsy’, says that during his ‘swing’: “….the legs and body are the engine of the golf swing….The arms are simply connecting rods to the club….I regard the hands as linkage….” Later: “Trailing along behind the hips come my shoulders….” Here's Tiger Woods in How I Play Golf: : "For more yards, I 'snap' my left leg." His 'Secret No. 5': "I've found that by snapping my left leg straight, my hips clear faster and speed up the movement of my shoulders, arms and legs.”