THE MOST COMMON FAULTS IN GOLF – THE TRANSITION

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This is video 3 in the series ‘the most common faults in golf’.

So far i the series we have looked at a common fault within the grip, an open club face, and in this video we take a look at a common fault in transition which is a steep club shaft.

This is often called coming over the top, casting, or throwing the club from the top. It tends to give poor strikes, curve on the ball that we don’t want and lack of distance.

Here Chris shows you some golf drills that can help you fix this steep downswing move.

Video 1, The Grip – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OifpOO_KCzM

Video 2, Club Face – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRdkz8zCz1o

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