Golf Transition - Easy Way to Start Your Lower Body in the Downswing

Golf Transition - Easy Way to Start Your Lower Body in the Downswing

In this golf transition tip Paul Wilson shows you an easy way to start your lower body in the downswing. This will get you learning a powerful, effortless, pain free golf swing.

Almost everyone he teaches tries to start the downswing with their arms. This is due to trying to hit the ball sitting on the ground. The more distance they want, the harder they hit. The problem is that hitting hard locks your wrists losing power and consistency. The tighter the wrists, the slower the club swings. 

So although it may feel good to hit with the arms you will never develop a powerful, effortless and pain free golf swing like this. There is an easy way to hit the ball so much longer and better with both irons and driver. It all starts at transition. As you start down, here's an easy way is to start your lower body in the downswing and let your arms follow.

Work on your golf transition by watching this tip and trying it when you practice and even when you play. Once you make the switch to the lower body starting your downswing, you can finally turn your arms off and hit the ball longer and straighter than ever.

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