Improve Shoulder Movement in Your Golf Swing

Improve Shoulder Movement in Your Golf Swing

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Often golfers have the feeling that they’re not getting a full shoulder turn during their swings. This leads many to point to their shoulder movement as a source for diminished power when teeing off their drives.

Understanding the crucial importance of overall body rotation in relation to golf swings, George Gankas golf lessons seek to enhance the existing natural motion in a player, while correcting any flaws that prevent proper execution.

Students of the GG Swing Method, comprised solely of George Gankas golf lessons, have credited the program with drastic improvements in their overall ability on the golf course.

Sometimes veteran golfers suffer from reduced mobility in their shoulders, which many consider to be the root cause of reduced distance and consistency in their typical round of golf. Many develop a habitual slicing issue do to reduced mobility or poorly executed shoulder turn during their swings.

The average player usually only turns their shoulders between 70 and 75 degrees during the backswing position. Often players utilize their arms rather than their shoulders to achieve this high degree of turn. While such a tactic will work when establishing a solid takeaway, such a short cut will often lead players in forgetting to turn their shoulders altogether.

Often golfers are deterred from working on their shoulder movement because they believe they lack the flexibility to achieve any improvements. Despite being a widely believe rumor, flexibility isn’t the main thing a golfer needs in order to turn their shoulders effectively during swings.

In order to reach 90 degrees in your shoulder turn, flexibility does not need to be out of the ordinary. In fact, many players with a reduced range of motion are still able to register a 90 degree shoulder turn, which will deliver great results with less stress on the upper body.

Golfers are encouraged to practice holding their golf club, take a few half swings, and begin to fully understand how their shoulders are assisting their body during the typical golf swing.

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