GOLF: How The Right Shoulder Works In TheGolf Swing
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The primary role of the right shoulder in the golf swing is to assist us into getting into a really good impact position. In this video I’m focusing on how the right shoulder works specifically in the downswing and right shoulder feels you can use.
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