Tip of the Week: Eliminating your over-the-top move
- By SwingFix
- Nov 15, 2012 2:00 PM ET
Arguably the single biggest swing flaw that plagues average and high-handicap golfers is an over-the-top move.
When you come over the top in your downswing, you end up cutting across the ball from outside the target line to inside and the result is shots that are sliced or pulled.
In this video segment, Brian Mogg has a great drill to help you stop coming over the top and start delivering the club to the ball from the inside.
So watch this video and focus on what’s happening with your left hip the next time you practice and you’ll probably see some immediate improvement.
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