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Often referred to as spine angle retention by tour pros, amateurs more commonly refer to this skill as maintaining forward bend. Forward bend, which describes bending your body at the hips rather than your waist, allows the spine to remain straight while creating natural rotation in your upper and lower body during any golf swing.
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Unlike bending at the waist, which causes players to arch their back during swings, proper forward bend creates a natural rotation in the body, allowing for easy turns and a reduced chance of injuries to golfers.
The typical professional golfer has been shown to set up their golf swing with as high as a 36 degree forward bend in their hips. Most casual players are either bending forward too far or too little, causing their frame to lower or heighten erratically during their swing.
This causes many amateurs to strain their backs forward at the waist during swings in an attempt to achieve a clean impact with the ball. These actions are often the source of many injuries and muscles strains related to golfing, not to mention missed shots during normal play on the course or driving range.
Evaluating your forward bend will be best achieved by observing your setup and posture in front of a body length mirror, positioned at the lead side of your body. Setting up with a ball as you would at address will make this drill much more efficient.
When looking in the mirror, if the shaft of your golf club can be confirmed to crisscross your body at an angle of 90 degrees, you have established the desired amount of forward bend in your golf swing.
Correcting your forward bend will ensure that your body weight distributes efficiently during the backswing, while maintaining effective hip bend throughout the swing, providing countless benefits to the resulting shot and to the muscle groups active during typical play.
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