The right elbow can be a real asset in shallowing the downswing plane. I focus a lot of my training on pushing/tucking it under my left arm on the downswing. The key is not to let the left arm seperate from the chest when you preform this move. Any other thoughts? Here is my swing, you can see on the downswing how my right elbow tucks under the left
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You are correct in that the right arm can actually help in increasing the velocity of the swing to add additional speed once the right shoulder stops allowing the right arm's momentum to force (additional) "whip" to the wrist.
It is a sequencing manuever that takes time/practice to learn.
Thanks for sharing.
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