My Golf Swing Is Pulling Down With Left Arm
If your golf swing is pulling down with your left arm, there are a few very specific things you can do to correct this. Learn what to do if your golf swing is pulling down with your left arm with help from a professional golf instructor in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm Brandon Tourville, golf instructor here at the Nyberg Wood GolfTEC in Tualatin, Oregon. Well, today, we're going to talk about the left arm, specifically in the down swing,an how that left arm really works in the down swing. And as I said before, you know, it really depends on you and what you're doing. This is not designed to be a one tip fix all. But we really want to get you tied in with a good instructor, that's going to help you diagnose your golf swing properly. So that he can help see what you need help with, and where you need to work on. But for the most part, the left arm, as we start this down swing, really is, is more of a body motion. The body really initiates here, and the left arm just kind of goes along with what the body's doing. If I get my arm in a good position here, and I shift my way and I start turning. You know that first initial move, that left arm really doesn't do anything. It's not till I start getting down here, where I start releasing that hinge just a little bit. and as I come through, the arms tend to rotate a little bit. The left hand, back of the left hand points at your target, which squares up your club face here. But for the most part here, we're just turning our body and then, a little bit of rotational force here, with our arms. To release the club as we continue to rotate our body through, to a good finish.