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Myth #10: ‘Keep Your Trail Arm Tucked’

Myth #10: ‘Keep Your Trail Arm Tucked’

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Martin looks into the role of the trail arm in the swing and explains a mistake that many players make when they try to keep their arm tucked. He utilizes Gears 3D swing technology to illustrate what top players are doing with their trail arm and shares how Jack Nicklaus was able to create width and power in his swing.

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Introduction
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
1:05
Myth #1: Lag and Wrist Angles
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:41
Myth #2: 'Stay Centered to Maintain Balance'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
4:06
Myth #3: 'Keep Your Head Down'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
4:34
Myth #4: 'Keep Your Lead Arm Straight'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
4:33
Myth #5: Weight Shift
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
4:32
Myth #6: 'Play the Ball Back to Hit it Low'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:50
Myth #7: 'Keep Your Trail Leg Flexed'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
2:39
Myth #8: 'Roll the Face to Hit A Draw'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:15
Myth #9: 'One Swing is All You Need'
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:06
Myth #10: ‘Keep Your Trail Arm Tucked’
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:27
Myth #11: 'Swing Straight Back and Through'
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3:20
Myth #12: Get Under the Ball for Solid Contact
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2:39
Myth #13: ‘Drive For Show, Putt For Dough’
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:10
Myth #14: Hands Work As A Unit
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:51
Myth #15: ‘Take the Club Back Low and Slow’
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4:50
Myth #16: ‘Big Muscles Create Power’
Breaking Golf's Greatest Myths
3:49
Myth #17: Backswings Don’t Matter
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3:25
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