Hips and Shoulders : Keys to EVERY Golf Swing

Hips and Shoulders : Keys to EVERY Golf Swing

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Casual golfers sometimes have many misconceptions about how their hips and shoulders should be rotating during the typical golf swing. With many instructors, past and modern, contradicting each other – it can be quite understandable as to why so many players seem confused on the subject.

At the core of the GG Swing Method, George Gankas golf lessons deeply explain the roles our hips and shoulders play regarding the proper execution of the standard golf swing. Players who have studied or taken George Gankas golf lessons are often very vocal proponents of the GG Swing Method, with countless golfers crediting breakthroughs in their game to this specific system.

Most players will naturally rotate their hips and shoulders correctly without taking any type of golf instruction. It’s when they receive too much information, that golfers often overthink the process and end up adopting flawed motion during their swings. After going through hours of lessons or video golf instruction, the player often walks away worse off than before taking any steps to correct their golf swing.

Our hip and shoulder rotation during any golf swing typically remains quite natural to what any player may expect. While addressing the ball, a player’s hips and shoulders must remain parallel to their target line. During the backswing sequence, a player’s shoulders will begin to rotate as their hips maintain the same positioning they established during address. Players are encouraged to maintain this positioning in their hips until they begin to feel their muscles tense up. Next, their hips will begin their turn as the backswing sequence transitions to the takeaway. Most golfers should aim to turn their hips only 50% as much as they rotated their shoulders prior.

During the typical downswing sequence, players will immediately notice that the rotational process has been reversed from that of their backswing sequence. Rather than starting their shoulders first, hips last – players will now move their hips first, with their shoulders rotating lastly.

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