The most common problem in golf is when the player comes “over the top” or transitions the club shaft over the top of where it started, giving us the dreaded out to in golf swing. Whenever this happens you are left to hit big pulls or slices into right field! Here is a simple way that you can avoid this issue with another downswing thought…
Control your Center of Gravity
When you swing to the top, your center of gravity shifts usually to your rear foot, from there the key is to allow your enter of gravity to move into your forward toe so your rear shoulder can lower during the transition. Whenever the center of gravity fish-hooks into the forward heel during the transition your rear shoulder tends to come out and over. Control where your center of gravity goes from the top and you will never come over the top again!
Watch my demonstration: