Limited Spine Tilt at Address (Set Up)
In our golf schools, one of the most common faults we see in our golfers is not creating enough secondary spine tilt at address. We define secondary spine tilt as the tilt of the golfer’s spine away from the target at address when viewing from the face on perspective, as in the image above.
Not creating enough secondary spine tilt at address causes many issues with your swing, some of which are:
1 – Inability to “plane” the golf club at the top of the backswing
2 – Reversing of the spine at the top of the backswing
3 – Little / No rotation of the hips in the backswing, resulting in a swing that is “over the top”
4 – Bending of the lead arm at the top of the backswing
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