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Role of right arm in the takeway.

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    Posted: 25 April 2009 at 9:54am
In trying to achieve the backswing postions of both Chuck and Adrian Wadey I have been having trouble keeping the swing low. From the front on position for example, when in the takeaway the club is parallel to the ground, their hands are well below the waist. This 'lowness' of the swing seems to continue to at least the 9 o'clock position. As a newcomer to the swing (and a high handicapper) the only way I can keep the 'lowness' is if I keep my right arm above the elbow attached to my chest. Now much is made of keeping the left arm attached to the chest but what should happen the right arm at least up to the 9 o'clock position? Should it remain pretty much attached to the chest?
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