The Disguise Of Golf Swing Dysfunction

Gary Gray

Gary Gray

SwingU Master Faculty, Functional Golf Fitness & Training Expert

The more we understand the biomechanics of the swing, the more we appreciate the thoracic spine, or the 12 bones between the neck and lower back.

While the thoracic spine may not cause pain, it can cause dysfunction in your swing that you would try to blame on other parts of your game or body.

Using your head and shoulder as a driver, facilitate more extension through the swing.

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