GOLF: How To Avoid Over Hinging During Your Backswing
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Why is too much hinge in your backswing a problem? First, if you add or maintain that hinge into the downswing, it will cause the shaft to get very vertical. Also, the more you hinge, the more your left wrist will automatically cup. A cupped left wrist will make the shaft more vertical ad the clubface more open. In this video I’ll lay out exactly how much hinge you do want in your backswing and demonstrate some feels and drills you can use to achieve just the right amount.
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