Golf Books #203 (The Lower Body Golf Swing)

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Performing and teaching the lower body swing does not require attention to the myriad details of the so-called “kinetic chain” required in the conventional swing because the flow of energy through the body from the lower body action organizes these matters automatically.


The lower body swing lessens common golfing injures because of this automatic organization, and because, unlike the conventional swing, the lower body swing does not require injury producing movements including torque between the shoulders and hips, nor a body axis tilt, nor a lateral slide.

Publication date: March 5, 2015 (source)


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