Tip of the Week: Sequence your downswing correctly
- By SwingFix
- Feb 28, 2013 2:00 PM ET
Having an effective golf swing relies a great deal on properly sequencing the events that take place during your swing.
More specifically, if your sequencing is off on your downswing you run the significant risk of being too steep and/or coming over the top.
In this video segment, SwingFix instructor Justin Bruton shows you how to properly sequence your downswing, and it all starts with the lower body leading the way.
Try out this drill on the practice tee, because if you can get your sequencing shored up, you’ll start approaching the ball from the inside and hitting more solid shots.
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