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Question

“I’m older. I can’t get proper shoulder turn without moving my right foot back. But will this affect my swing bottom?”

Tom
August 25, 2016

Bobby’s Answer

Great question, Tom! Yes- putting the right foot back can affect swing bottom. There is a constant battle happening between Dynamic #2 (the 4 inch in front swing bottom) and Dynamic #5 (swing path). I explain in this video.

Comments

  1. Stretching and heavy club practice swinging has worked for me over the last 5 years. I am 69 and am making the same turn I was making at 40.

  2. I have trouble getting my weight to my right side and then back to the left. Do you have a tip or exercise to help me.

  3. Since I had surgery on my back I find that I have lost a lot of distance especially with
    My irons. Any advice?

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