22 March 2012 Last Updated: 08 July 2013

By Rob Watts

Power in the golf swing is created through rotation, transfer of weight and a loading of the club in the downswing.

It’s this third source TG Elite Pro Rob Watts is focusing on in this video tip, helping you deliver maximum power into the back of the ball by the right elbow hugging the ribcage in the downswing. This helps deliver the club with the butt of the club pointing down the target with a stable right shoulder, adding yards to drives.

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