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In the figure eight backswing you push the handle down and the clubhead goes up. When you take the club away low and slow it creates tension in your shoulder and your body moves off the ball. Swinging on a figure eight makes your shoulders turn on a better angle.
Loading the scapula helps the club get back down to a position where it levels out. Joe Nichols didn't want you to feel like you were hitting down on the ball, but wanted you to feel the club level out like a flat spot. The weight and momentum will drop the clubhead into the ball.
As you turn back your shoulder blades they retract in towards the center and slide along your rib cage. This is loading the scapula. Arm motions in sports like baseball, tennis and swimming also load the scapula. Loading the scapula begins as soon as you start the club back. It stays loaded and h...
Joe Nichols gave suggestions on what would get the club to work properly. To avoid the club getting behind you on the backswing or moving too far forward on the downswing, he suggests following the figure eight pattern. Keep the ball in the center and you will effortlessly steer the club.