Tip of the Week: How to fix your over-the-top move
- By SwingFix
- Jan 3, 2013 2:00 PM ET
The over-the-top move is one of the most common mistakes that amateurs make in their golf swings.
The key to avoiding this issue is to keep the shoulders and chest turned toward the ball until after contact is made.
In this video segment, School of Golf host Martin Hall shares a drill he got from none other than Jack Nicklaus to help you stop coming over the top.
It'll require a dowel and a bungee cord, but the visualization and feedback this contraption will provide is priceless.
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