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I would love to get rid of my flying right elbow. Yes, I know about Jack and Carl Peterson has one, too. But, If I could learn to tuck my right elbow it would flatten the shaft out nicely on the backswing. Any ideas on how to get there?

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18 minutes ago, Sandhills Golfe said:

I would love to get rid of my flying right elbow. Yes, I know about Jack and Carl Peterson has one, too. But, If I could learn to tuck my right elbow it would flatten the shaft out nicely on the backswing. Any ideas on how to get there?

Try to maintain the pressure point between your right elbow and your chest, or more specifically, your right tricep and your pec.

It's nowhere near the top of your list of priorities, however.

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6 minutes ago, billchao said:

It's nowhere near the top of your list of priorities, however.

Yup.

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41 minutes ago, billchao said:

Try to maintain the pressure point between your right elbow and your chest, or more specifically, your right tricep and your pec.

It's nowhere near the top of your list of priorities, however.

Thanks, Bill. With this thought, it creates a nice triangle. When I get into this position. It's hard getting the up in the backswing. 

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That's kind of what I was going to say. Keep the insides of your biceps glued to the outside of your pecs. But, that's a particular sort of swing, a "body rotational" swing, if you will. Kind of like Kuchar.

Maybe that's what you should do, and maybe it's not.

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