Video: Stay better connected during your takeaway
- By SwingFix
- Nov 26, 2012 7:00 AM ET
In addition to having superior fundamentals, a good takeaway is a major benefit when it comes to building a solid golf swing.
Many higher handicappers, however, struggle with their takeaway because the club works too far inside or too far outside starting back.
If you’re among those who has trouble with the club working outside too quickly, which is causing you to get disconnected during your backswing, Brian Mogg has a great drill in this video to help you out and all you’ll need is a small towel.
Keep the towel in place going back and you’ll stay more connected in your backswing, which could help you cure that slice you’ve been fighting.
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