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It’s the move we all want in the downswing… and rightfully so. Shallowing the club is a great way to put your swing on plane and really start to narrow you misses. All shallowing moves are not equal, however; in fact, there are a couple that you’ll definitely want to try to avoid because they can actually have the opposite effect!

We’ve broken this series into two parts to make it more digestible. This is Part 1. Thank you for watching!

Shallowing the Club: Two Moves to Avoid (Part 2) is coming soon!

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  1. golfraven

    Jun 1, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    Thank you for the great illustration. This just became clear to my after this weeks golf lesson. I was the #5 dude but no more. You would think that what the player #5 is doing is making the path more shallow but quite the opposit is the case – I completely see myself here.

  2. steve

    May 23, 2018 at 3:22 pm

    Excellent scientifically-based video that virtually eliminates eyeballing by a so-called club pro teacher. Force plates plus 3D video is the only way to go to uncover golf swing faults and fixes.

    • ogo

      May 25, 2018 at 12:38 pm

      Scientific data obsoletes every PGA instructor dependent on subjective observations of the golfswing. Scientific instrumentation has revealed objective golfswing dynamics previously unknown to all the old dog teachers who can only talk about the swing. Dead ducks quacking!

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