Extend your arms to make a better turn

In this video segment, Brad Brewer reminisces back to his days as an art student to provide a visual for the golf swing.

Thinking of Da Vinci's iconic drawing of the human form, Brewer points out how beginners should groove the rotation of the ideal golf swing with arms outstretched.

This motion, rather than while reaching down as if to grip a club, avoids the tendency to slide the hips and lift the arms.

Try this drill the next time you’re on the range and you’ll feel what it’s like to make a good turn in your backswing and your downswing.

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