Hip Turn – Improve Your Hip Turn w/1 min Golf Swing Drill – Tailbone Drill
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In a true hip turn in the golf swing there should never be any lateral movement or shift away from the target. Because we are standing in a forward flexed position the hips will turn on a tilted axis. The right hip moves up and the left hip moves down to conform with our shoulders.
A quick drill I use with many students is to get them feeling as if their tailbone is moving towards the target on the back swing. You should be feeling weight on the inside of your back foot at the top of your golf swing to enable you to push off and shift the hips towards the target coming down. If the tailbone doesn’t move to the left (towards the target) the hips will have a lateral bump going back which causes the weight to move to the outside of the back foot.
By practicing the tailbone drill you can produce a good hip turn in your golf swing and be in a position to start the downswing effectively.
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