Golf instruction: Try this to stop ‘chicken winging’ or ‘flipping’ as you swing

Flipping at impact during the golf swing is a struggle that many golfers know all too well.

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Nobody wants to be told they are “chicken winging it” as they swing, so this simple drill may go a long way to help minimize those unwanted errors on the course.

This week, Golfweek’s fitness guru and long driver Averee Dovsek and Kent St. Charles from Lab 18 demonstrate a drill with an alignment stick that helps minimize the dreaded chicken wing move at impact in the golf swing.

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