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  1. Ant Lockyer

    I’m tempted to try it with tubing in place, what do you think?

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    • HoldTheLag

      Wear eye protection.

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  2. Calvin

    Just to clarify, you could stretch the tubing with a too flat or too vertical turn so I am assuming that you want the tubing to stay on the angle established at address. In other words the right shoulder moves back directly on the incline of the tubing.

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  3. Mike Z

    Good post. After a squirrely ball-striking round yesterday, I had to take this idea to the range during my lunch break and had my best practice session of the year. Excited to take it to the course.

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  4. Exilgolfer

    Why surgical tubing? A rubber band would have done the job, wouldn’t it?
    🙂

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    • Westy

      “Not rubber! Rubber break! But I can’t talk about it.” -Chico Escuela

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      • Hank

        is that advice from your lawyer chico…..lol

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  5. D

    What about the right elbow? If I stretch the surgical tubing with the right shoulder, I would have a flying right elbow. If I point the right elbow at the hip, I can’t stretch the surgical tubing at much.

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    • Monte Scheinblum

      If you get a flying right elbow from doing this with your shoulder, there is something really wrong with your takeaway. Either your normal shoulder turn is way too steep, or you have a tremendous amount of late arm lift after whipping it inside off the ball.

      If you are properly connected, end your backswing when your shoulders stop turning and your left arm is rotating properly, this drill would NEVER cause a flying right elbow.

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    • Calvin

      I’d like to see video of that. 🙂

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  6. Calvin

    An amateur starting Bertholy training. His shoulder turn looks okay but swing looks crowded.

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