As you begin your backswing, you don’t want to whip the club inside. Using an aim stick across your chest, you get a great visual reference for the relationship between your club and your body. As you begin your turn, you want to maintain that dimension and distance from the aim stick. Then, as you reach the top of your backswing, you can begin to relax and let the club shallow into the slot, getting a lot closer to the aim stick as you use your pivot and rotation to collect the ball.
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