Swing Map: Understanding the Set Up

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Swing Map: Understanding the Set Up
Category: Address/Set-Up
Sub-Category: Posture, Alignment

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Video Golf Tip | Swing Map: Understanding the Set Up

Using the swing map allows you to understand the definitions of the golf swing and I would like to now move on to the basic set-up. When you set-up to the ball, it is very important how you position your body in the address position. What happens in your balance and swing play, from the face on view, how you stand in relation to the weight on either foot, how you angle the spine, looking from the target line view, how far away from the ball you stand and also the angles you set at your knees, hips, and shoulders. This would of course affect both balance and swing plane. Understanding the basic definition of the set-up will help you understand your way through the swing map.


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