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How much pressure should one feel on the outside (left side to back) of the left knee at the top of the backswing? I noticed if I keep a lot of pressure, it's far easier to make my shoulder plane really steep. The static picture looks like a good top of the backswing position . .but I'm wondering if that's a wrong idea. Obviously, too much pressure could easily result in injury. If you get to the top of the backswing and are coiled up - you can feel a tight coil through your core . .what is your left knee feeling? Thanks in advance!
This stuff really intrigues me.....there is more real science out there on the golf swing than you might think. I started another thread for an article on movement variance....and then I found this article.....and then some others. So I decided to start a catch-all thread. Moderators feel free to add the other article to this thread if you think it's necessary. Anyway, to start the ball rolling..... Here is a link to a paper by Bob Grober, PhD. Bob is an adjunct at Yale's department of applied physics. He has done a lot of study on tempo in the golf swing, and even sold a