How To Increase Lower Body Rotation In Your Golf Swing –
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Part of my ROTATION MASTER CLASS is designed around lower body rotation during the downswing. In this video I include one of the drills in the MASTER CLASS – and one of my all-time favorite golf drills for adding rotation. I’m also covering everything that plays in to rotation of your hips or pelvis during the downswing – how your feet work in the golf swing, how you bend your knees and how much you internally or externally rotate your legs.
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