Q&A with Jaacob Bowden
I have a problem twirl club as described by Dan Shauger.
How can I make a “perfect” twirl?
You might be over-complicating the motion – hehe, that’s what I used to do.
As long as you are getting to a good spot at the top of the back swing, simply put it is nothing more of a motion than would get the club back down to square at impact. Make some slow practice swings and stop on the way down at impact. If you are getting back squarely consistently, then you are probably doing it well enough to not have to think about it. This is good because in the end, the less thought during the swing, the better.
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