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Starting Position

The setup position is composed of 8 components to consider. Starting from the top down, we have our shoulders, spine, hands and wrists, pelvis, knees, ankles, and feet.

Body Motion

Otherwise referred to as pivot, our body motion is vital when it comes to overall efficency in addition to creating speed and power. In simple terms, pivot is reffered to as the body moevements minus the hands and arms. The key components we are looking at within the pivot are the thorax and ribcage movement, pelvic movement, knee movement, and ankle movements. All of these contribute to how the player moves within the swing.

Swing Shape

Swing shape can also be referenced to the plane of the swing. However, not everyone will have the same shape to their swing. There are many contributing factors to body composition that can influence the shape of the swing. The main components that form the shape of the swing would be the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, and scapula. Blended properly with the pivot, the swing shape components are responsible for creating a more optimal motion throughout the backswing, which in turn can assist the downswing characteristics.


The club's route throughout the swing is ultimately going to be a result of how the body motion and swing shape are formed. Within the cub, we have a few definitions that to lay out. Open and closed can often be misunderstood, especially to those who have never received instruction before. An open face, which is most commonly referenced at impact, is implying that the direction of the loft of the club is pointed to the right of the target for a right-handed player (inverted for left-handers). A clubface that is refferred to as 'closed' would be the loft of the club oriented to the left of the target for a right handed player (inverted for left-handers). Club path is the direction the club head (more accurately the center of gravity of the club head) is moving through impact. An in-to-out path would be an example of the clubhead traveling right of the target upon impact for a right handed player (inverted for left-handers). An out-to-in path or 'over the top' path is the result of the clubhead traveling to the left of the target through impact (inverted for left-handers).

Dynamic Coordination

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