Video: A thumbs up is all you need to eliminate a cast
- By SwingFix
- Feb 9, 2013 12:00 PM ET
One of the major power leakages that average golfers suffer in their swings comes from casting the club at the start of the downswing.
In this video segment, Martin Hall shows you how you can easily eliminate that swing fault, and the key is just a simple “Thumbs up.”
After all, if you can keep your thumbs up during your downswing, you’ll create some much-needed lag and more solid shots will be in your future.
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