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1y

In taking the club back and trying to get behind the ball at the top of their swing, many golfers resort to a sway.

1y

Nothing can make for a longer, more frustrating day on the golf course then missing shots both right and left.

1y

One of the keys to making a good backswing is to have a stable lower body that supports a good turn of the torso and shoulders.

2y

A common mistake among average golfers is that they tend to sway in their backswings as opposed to loading their weight properly into their trail leg.