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It is a simple little maneuver designed to train a golfer to entrust his swing to his arms and body instead of his hands. Begin by assuming the position of address, and make certain that you are comfortable and relaxed. Then, with the upper part of your arms and elbows in close to your chest, turn your body back so that the arms are about belt high. The left shoulder and left arm are highly instrumental in this turning movement, with both the shoulder and the arm forming a pushing-back type of action. Next, swing the arms with callaway diablo edge irons forward until they are about belt high in front of you, making certain that the lower part of the body - the left hip and left leg-initiate the forward swing clubs from store of diablo edge irons for sale, as the arms are swung out toward an imaginary target. The right hand also turns over the left hand as the arms are swung forward .Perform this swing back and forth for a few moments, letting your left knee and right elbow flex on the backswing and then your right knee and left elbow on the follow-through. You will soon get the feeling that you are swinging with your legs and hips and that your body is swinging the club. This creates the feeling of the one-piece swing that all of the good players have and talk about.


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