I understand the work horse puts the load and lag into position for the swing bottom to be 4 inches past the ball… but, some of us have a terrible tendency to sway the work horse lateral, like side to side, instead of staying in more of a pivot position. That “sway” just destroys any chance of solid contact. How do we get out of swaying… is there any drill to remedy this?


A sway is neither wrong nor right. It completely depends on what you are creating at impact. Some of the best players in the world sway, but have great impact. If you do sway, you either need to get back to center or create a lot of lag on the downswing. I would have to see your swing and give you a lesson to understand your tendencies and make a recommendation for you.

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