Shoulder frame

Shoulder frame

Ronnie
Ronnie

February 26th, 2006, 8:47 pm #1

Geoff,

Reading the last post has confused me with the actual position of the arms during the stroke. Should the arms be connected to the body or seperate from? I have been working on rocking my shoulders up and down by placing a shaft under my ams and across my chest, then rocking my shoulders to get the shaft end to work up and down vertically. My putting has improved with this drill. Putting this way I feel at impact and in the follow thru as I have a reverse weight shift. In your teaching you say the left shoulder goes up, for me to have this happen I try to feel my right shoulder is going down and under. What do you think of this tchnique?
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Geoff Mangum
Geoff Mangum

February 26th, 2006, 11:53 pm #2

Dear Ronnie,

That's the same thing I work on. Recently, I've been trying to relax as much as I can and just make a stroke. If the top of the back feels nice and flat, the left shoulder goes up and the right shoulder goes down together.

Cheers!

Geoff Mangum
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