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HOW TO MATCH UP YOUR BODY AND ARM SWING FOR MORE CONSISTENCY

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Matching up your arm swing and body turn can be a huge factor when looking to add consistency to your game, especially with the iron clubs.

In this short video Chris shows you how your golf bag, if correctly positioned, can help you with this and allow you to achieve a more compact, tighter top of the backswing position.

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9 thoughts on “HOW TO MATCH UP YOUR BODY AND ARM SWING FOR MORE CONSISTENCY

  1. For someone that’s been working on not overswinging and shorter backswing because of setting a late wrist hinge, this was a really helpful video. Thank you for the great tip

  2. Mr. Ryan, do you have any pointers for guys with thicker chests?  It seems as though it restricts my ability for a good shoulder turn.Thank you

  3. Another great video. Will have to videotape myself. Thank you for responding to some of the questions/comments. I had many similar questions .

  4. Interesting, I’ve seen quite a few videos where we’re told to keep the backswing wide by setting the wrists later, so now I’m a bit confused…🤔

    1. It’s about what Chris says about weight… where in the extension/backswing is that point where the club feels too heavy.. THAT is the spot where your wrist cock should haave been established. * The really strong players can extend farther back but e the wrist set but as Chris suggests,their is a balance with the shoulder /body turn.

    2. Hi Simon, as with everything in golf we can take it to the extremes, width is good, and helps achieve many good things, just hinting the wrists too late can be an issue, as can hinging them too early. As with all these videos I’d urge you to not ‘try’ these tips, but use them if you know you have this specific issue in the backswing, if your not sure then no real need to focus on it 👍

    1. Just depends, it’s a little trial and error, depends how much of a change your tying to make, is only set it so that it’s a slight change as too much too soon can be tricky to manage

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