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Updated Wall Drill for Pivot Flow




For higher handicappers, I prefer a fairly centered, stable pivot, as I've noted here:

A link at the bottom of that blog post links you to this page, with a self-explanatory title:

For better players, I prefer a little bit of "flow."

Here's a drill you can do to get a bit of a feel for this:

Yes, you also use a wall for this drill, too. 😄



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You don't say and I should probably know and it's tough to see from face on but, when you're doing the backswing part of the drill and bumping the wall, how much flex have you lost in the trail leg before you start the shift to the lead leg? 1/2 - 1/4 of the flex at address? More, less?

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