How the O-Factor Works

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HOW IT WORKS Spin the wheels What makes the O-Factor work--what keeps you on plane in your downswing--is matching the shape of your hip turn with your shoulder rotation. Once your hips start, your right shoulder moves down (not across). It continues down until your hands reach the hitting zone, and then it spins to the target. Picture the wheels Top: Stripped to its bare elements, your downswing is fueled by two wheels.
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Shoulder wheel down First move: Your hip wheel spins up to establish your positive downswing O-Factor.
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Hip wheel up Downswing: As your hip wheel moves up, your shoulder wheel moves down and then through.
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Welcome to the slot! Pre-Impact: Your left hip clears to make room for your right side to spin through to the target.