Golf Swing Sequence Tip: What Starts the Downswing?

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Sean Casey, PGA Teacher of the Year and Golf Digest Top 4 Teachers in Canada demonstrates and explains what starts the downswing. As he explains, in a properly sequenced swing, the move toward the ball starts with the lower body, with the hips and mid section moving down and toward the target which increases the pressure into the ground through the front foot.

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