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Some people say our Stack & Tilt Swing is a reverse pivot because the weight doesn't shift to the right on the backswing. But why would you shift to the right when you know you have to be left at impact? Not even the pros are good enough to do that and get back to the ball on a consistent basis.
Stack and Tilt The hips are level, and the left shoulder is slightly higher than the right only because the right hand is lower on the grip. The spine is straight up and down, with the head centered over the ball. This promotes a rotational move going back with no lateral shift. Conventional Swing
The spine tilts toward the ball at address, and when the player swings back, that tilt moves to the right. So to keep the spine over the ball, which is the goal, the player has to tilt to the left during the backswing. The first move going back is this tilting action. It causes the shoulders and hips to turn on a steep downward angle, the right leg straightening and the left knee flexing forward. As the left shoulder turns down, pointing almost to the ball, the hands move on a circular arc around the body, not up and away, and the arms stay on the rib cage.
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