You may hear the saying thin it to win it on a regular basis, but as we all know to well this is very often not the case. Ryan Fenwick explains the common reason why players thin the ball.

  • If you tilt instead of turn your upper body on your backswing, you will lose your posture.
  • Guess what? If you tilt in your backswing, you will tilt in your downswing, and will have to compensate severely throughout your swing to make contact with the ball.
  • As you are unable to transfer your weight correctly, the result will be a poor follow through.

All this results in topped shots and a distinct loss of power.

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