Coil for power

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In the backswing, the body acts as a spring that winds up and then unwinds in the downswing to deliver power and clubhead speed to the ball at impact.

But it's important to understand how to coil your body correctly. In this golf video tip, TG Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens explains that keeping the lower half relatively quiet in the backswing adds torque and therefore builds up more power for booming drives.