Far too often I hear players tell me that they are trying to take the club straight back in their take away. Not only is this almost impossible to accomplish, in trying to achieve such a move the player is making it far more difficult to swing the club athletically. In this video I explain why taking the club straight back is not a good idea and how such a move can hurt your golf swing. I also explain how the club should move away from the ball and that by starting the club back correctly will help you swing the club more effectively.

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