How The Hips Work In The Golf Swing
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I see a lot of people who struggle with a hip motion that goes too far towards the target during the downswing. We’ll call that a slide too far towards the target in combination with a left hip.
During the downswing there is going to be some lateral motion towards the target with your hips from where you start and from the top of the backswing. But how much motion is the question. I want the hips to work maybe two, three, four inches from where they are at the top to the finish position. I always say about a fist outside your left hip from the top of the swing. That’s about how much lateral motion we’re looking for.
Why do I want my hip to go down and not up in the golf swing? When I kick my hips forward, my upper body bends back to the right, or it tilts to the right. If I go too far forward and I tilt, I can’t turn enough. I want to be going down and back with the left hip.
The way you can fix swing faults with feels is to do the opposite of what you’re currently doing and to exaggerate a significant amount more than you think. So, the drill for this is to first set up your phone or a Live View Golf to record your swing so you can actually see what you are doing. Then take your normal setup, go up to the top and go as far down to the ground as you can. Get that left hip as far back as you can make it go. You want to feel that hip going down and back.
Then you will start the process of hitting some. You’re going to make some half swings halfway back and feel your hip, go as far down and as far back as you can. If you’re someone who normally goes up too much, that’s going to obviously feel a little bit different and it’s going to look a lot different.
If you’re serious about changing your slide and your hip going too far up, then you need to get serious about exaggerating and not judging it on swing number one, especially with no feedback. That’s the moral of the story here with this, we don’t want the hip to go up and forward. We want it to go down and around. And what you need to do is you need to exaggerate until you find normal.
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