Secondary Tilt

The more spine tilt you have away from the target at impact, the less vertical your shoulder turn has to be to come from the inside. The less vertical the shoulder turn is, the less chance you have of getting your arms stuck. The less chance you have of getting your arms stuck, the less chance you have to flip.

The more spine tilt you have at address, the more likely you are to have some at the top of the swing. The more likely you have some at the top of the swing, the more likely you are to have some at impact.

The more your shoulders rotate perpendicular to your spine, the less likely you are to have too much spine tilt away from the target. The more spine tilt you have away from the target, the less likely you will be steep and take a huge divot.

How’s that for circular logic?

That’s how you make a simple concept complicated.

Set and maintain some secondary tilt the right way and try and rotate your shoulders 90* to your spine and all will be well.

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