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The takeaway has been described by golf instructors countless ways, so many ways that it's impossible for the average golfer to have any real idea how to take the club back. Think of the fundamentals you may have heard or know about the takeaway and list them out now. Perhaps you said set your wrists early, shift to the right, lift your arms, put your left shoulder under your chin, point the club down the line, etc. The takeaway is a crucial part of the golf swing, but it's not that hard, in fact, it's only 2 inches of movement.


That's right, with 2 inches of scapular movement, you can move the club about two and a half yards. I'm sure that's a fundamental of the takeaway you've never heard, but it's the last one you'll ever care about. After watching this video, you'll realize that you too can have a perfect, PGA Tour caliber takeaway in just seconds, all while training yourself to stay centered without even trying. This video will forever change your mind about how to take the club back.


You can learn to move the club 8 feet or you can learn to move your shoulder blade 2 inches, the choice is up to you!




Chuck Quinton demonstrating how 2" of shoulder blade movement will put the club in the perfect takeaway position.


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