This is a huge problem for golfers. The ones that get too far inside and over the top. The ones that get the club behind them and pull the club steep. The ones who have hips that over rotate and are told by morons to restrict their hip turn.
If you start with tilt and you turn your shoulders close to 90* to your spine…the right hip will go up in the backswing. If the right hip goes up, range of motion naturally restricts hip turn, so you can turn them as freely as you want.
For some people who like the feel of the lower body turning back, you definitely want to feel that right hip going up.
If you have a very flat shoulder turn and don’t know how to fix it, this feel is a great way of changing that.
If the right hip goes up, it makes it more likely the lower body will work properly and your whole body to unwind in sequence during the transition.
I know there will be questions and comments, so there will be more about this tomorrow.