The lower body leads.
The hips turn first.
Bump, dump and turn.
Yes, all true.
The arms and hands are passive and along for the ride.
Guess what that produces. Stuck, contact behind the ball, upper body toward target, cast, path too far right, stall, flip, etc.
The ground up and lower body leading are taken too literally and it is over done. It’s all about sequence.
What happens if you are driving a manual shift car and you fire the clutch ad let it go before you shift? GRIND THOSE GEARS. That is the same thing that happens in a golf swing when you fire the hips laterally or around too early and/or too hard (too much) and leave the arms behind.
The golf swing should be about the happy medium and instruction has become let’s find what’s good and do more of it…or in what gives me ulcers, let’s do the opposite of bad.
Cast-Hold the lag
Over hip rotation-resrict hip turn
Over the top-swing to right field
…and on and on…
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