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Anthony Casalino addresses the ball in a great position, creating a beautiful triangle with his arms and shoulders.
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As Anthony Casalino starts his back swing he sets his wrists slightly earlier than most players. Notice how you can see most of the logo on his glove and the club head is a little higher off the ground at this point.
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At the half way back point of Anthony Casalinos back swing he has an amazing amount of extension and width. His golf club could not get any farther from his body than it is here.
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Here Anthony Casalino has arrived at the top of his swing, his head has shifted a little and his left eye is now over the ball. He has a great amount of shoulder turn and has the club in a beautiful position.
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Anthony Casalino initiates his downswing with a lateral shift of his hips to the left. He then drops his shoulders and arms straight down, and his head begins to shift back to where it began.
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After making contact with the ball, Anthony Casalino has fully released the club and his head is still down. A very nice position!
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As Anthony Casalino approaches his finishing position, notice that his forearms look to be touching here. This is a result of rotating his forearms to release the golf club.
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As Anthony Casalino holds his finish, notice that all his weight is on his left foot and his chest is facing his target. Textbook!
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Anthony Casalino addresses the ball nicely with his shoulders, hips, and feet all square to his target line.
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As Anthony Casalino takes the club back, he maintains the triangle made by his arms and shoulders nicely.
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At the half way point of his backswing, Anthony Casalino has the club in a wonderful position with his left arm dissecting his shoulders perfectly.
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Anthony Casalino is a little more upright than most players. This allows him to hit the ball far, but also increases his chances of hitting the ball fat.
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From this angle, you can really see that Anthony Casalinos first move down is a lateral slide of his hips.
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Here Anthony Casalino has returned the club to a more normal position and attacks the ball from a great angle!
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After making contact with the ball, Anthony Casalino has fully released the golf club and is working on releasing his hips.
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Anthony Casalino has a great finish position. All his weight is on his left side and his right heal is completely lifted off the ground.
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