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New  Overswinging Tip  New

Many golfers have a tendency to take too large a backswing and get into a position at the top from which it is difficult to recover. One, of many, detrimental effects of overswinging could be that both your eyes see the ball at address but only one eye (the closest eye to the target) sees the ball at the top of the swing. Depth perception, balance and spine angle are probably all affected negatively by this going from both eyes, to one eye, and then back to both. It makes more sense and increases the chances of consistency to keep both eyes on the ball from address through impact.

One simple way you can test to see if this is a problem for you and to get a feel for keeping both eyes on the ball is to practice with the eye closest to the target (left eye for right-handers) closed. If your head turns too much you will quickly lose sight of the ball. Ideally, you should never lose sight of the ball with either eye. For more help with this problem see my article on overswinging.

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