Just can’t emphasize enough how this would help 85-90% of all the amateurs I’ve ever seen or worked with. There are other versions that accomplish the same thing — right-foot-left-toe (with right foot drawn back), feet close together and angled almost completely away from target (back-to-target, but not quite completely), et al. — but they all encourage the same fix for what ails the vast majority of amateurs and even quite a few pros who have started to get steep and outside.
it takes practice, but great advice
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