would like some input on my loading position. At the bottom of this post you will find 2 images, fig B is my usual and A is what I would like some insights. I understand that X-factor refers to the angular difference in rotation of the shoulders and hips, the bigger the X-factor, the more torque and club head speed. A quieter lower body also means a more stable base with less moving parts, hence a more consistent swing. In fig A, you can see that I have restricted my hip turn too a very minimal amount while still maintaining the same shoulder rotation as in fig B which is my normal. By the theory of the X-factor stretch, would restricting the hip turn increase torque and allow me to drive it even farther than I already do? Your thoughts are most welcome.
PS: Is not an overswing, just an awkward camera angle.