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Fish Man

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  1. Hogan's hip turn: Five Lessons gives the image of an elastic band attached to the left hip suggesting that the downswing begins with level turning of the hips. However in looking at Ben's downswing, it does begin with the hips, but his left hip actually elevates higher than his right as he turns. The video of him explaining how to use the lower body doesn't mention that, but if you watch him demonstrate his downswing, you can see it quite clearly. That suggests that he first elevates his left hip as he begins to turn to keep him from simply spinning around level. Have I analyzed this correctly? Would love the thoughts of a pro or scratch handicap. I'm 76 and a 12.--Fish Man
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