WATCH: How To Shallow The Shaft In The Downswing


In this video, I share how to shallow the club correctly in the downswing and in the transition. I explain this simple concept and offer a drill that will help you find the slot for the club.

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  1. Hate the idea of manufacturing a motion that should be happening naturally. As long as the club is in the proper position at the top and you are opening your chest to the target on the downswing, the shaft will shallow out automatically. No need to manipulate this!!!

  2. nice tip. same concept but different feel than Monty’s ‘lead with the right elbow.’

    Key to not hitting huge blocks is the shoulders turning 90*s around your spine.