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Front on: player should have an upward tilt with the shoulders that may increase with driver. Ball position moves forward the longer the club.
Down the line: player should have armpits, knee caps, and balls of feet in line. Spine should be in a relax posture even with a little outward curve where the shoulders roll.
P2: Halfway Back
Front on: player's lead shoulder should begin to rotate down and back
Down the line: Hands move inside while the club head lines up with the hands.
P3: Three quarters Back
Front on: Left arm is parallel to the ground, hips and shoulders are beginning to rotate away from the target.
Down the line: Shoulders are tilted and the club shaft is vertical.
P4: Top of Backswing
Front on: Player should pivot shoulders and hips back without weight distributing over the trail foot, pressure should primarily be on the trail foot instep
Down the line: Lead arm should be across the chest
P5: Three Quarters
Front on: Lead arm is parallel to the ground as the lead shoulder is rotating
Down the line: Grip and club shaft bisects the bicep
P6: Shaft parallel to the ground
Front on: Trail shoulder is working down and forward as lead should is working up and around
Down the line: Body is beginning to work into side bend as right elbow is still bent, club head should line up with hands
Front on: Shaft leaning forward, especially in the iron swing, player is pushing into lead side with pelvis
Down the line: Right elbow is bent and in line with the club shaft, upper and lower body are rotated towards the target
P8: Shaft parallel to ground on through swing
Front on: Chest and pelvis are facing target and eyes are following the club not looking down, weight is transferred into lead side
Down the line: arms have straightened but player still remains in side bend
Front on: Body is completely rotated to the target with belt buckle ahead of head
Down the line: Club has exited so that the trail arm is across the chest
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