By Kiel Christianson
The so-called "chicken wing" is the signature move of hackers everywhere.
Somehow on the follow through, the lead arm ends up bending downward, and generally much hilarity ensues – slices, tops, chunks, pop-ups, you name it.
In this swing tip video, Martin Hall, Director of Golf at Ibis Golf Academy, provides a couple of drills focusing on turning your chicken wing right-side up.
Instead of a chicken wing, you should feel like you're getting ready to flex the bicep of your lead arm.