Stop Coming Over-the-Top: A RuthlessGolf.com Quick Guide

Stop Coming Over-the-Top: A RuthlessGolf.com Quick Guide

by Mike Southern
     
 

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"Whether you struggle with the swing flaw commonly called 'coming over-the-top' or not, this Quick Guide will probably help your game."

That bold first statement opens "Stop Coming Over-the-Top," but it's true. The vast majority of swing faults in any weekend player's swing can be traced back to a poor takeaway and a poor change of direction at the top of the

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"Whether you struggle with the swing flaw commonly called 'coming over-the-top' or not, this Quick Guide will probably help your game."

That bold first statement opens "Stop Coming Over-the-Top," but it's true. The vast majority of swing faults in any weekend player's swing can be traced back to a poor takeaway and a poor change of direction at the top of the backswing. Using some simple instruction, a few easy drills, and 35 diagrams, "Stop Coming Over-the-Top" can help any golfer get his swing back on plane, as well as teaching him how to improve distance and accuracy. After learning how an over-the-top move simulates a wood chopping motion, you'll be shown how a correct swing eliminates these errors. In this Quick Guide you'll learn:

** What really causes an over-the-top swing
** How to create a good shoulder coil with a big swing arc
** A simple way to get your swing on plane
** Why your lower body always starts your downswing� but not always correctly
** How to start your downswing correctly every time
** How to "hold" your wrist cock until late in your downswing
** How to stop "chicken-winging"
** And more!

So don't fuss with the symptoms of a poor swing. Attack the real problems and learn the basics of a fundamentally sound swing with "Stop Coming Over-the-Top"!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014560511
Publisher:
Defiant Publishing LLC
Publication date:
04/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
525,218
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Mike Southern learned the basics of golf from Carl Rabito, the PGA Professional who coached LPGA major winner Jeong Jang to her 2005 Women's British Open win. He's played in a few local professional tournaments and written numerous instructional articles for Golfsmith.com. He currently writes the long-running Ruthless Golf blog, which is aimed at helping weekend players improve their game without overtaxing the rest of their lives.

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