Nov 23, 2015 · Femur down ensures the right hip is lower than left…the right knee is lower than the left…which allows for some right side bend. Humerus forward was another way of leading with the right elbow…which enabled me to get the a lot less steep on the downswing. Reply I'm a guy who thinks too much -- about most things; golf is no exception. The golf swing is my obsession; my golf swing is my burden. From the day I began playing at 11 or so, I had a few things
During the early-mid downswing between P4 and P5.5, some professional golfers move their clubshaft down the TSP without any clubshaft-shallowing phenomenon, while other professional golfers shallow their clubshaft down to a shallower swingplane (eg. elbow plane or hand plane) by P5.5.