I cannot straighten my right arm because of spurs around the elbow. Can someone tell me how this affects my swing? I am weighing the options for surgery.
In order for you to achieve these alignments you will need to place an emphasis on your left hand and arm driving the club down the plane and into the ball. The goal is to allow the left hand and arm to be the driver and the right arm and hand to be the passenger which could help with the spurs.
Even if you are unable to develop these alignments you can still play great golf although the timing of the release through the ball will have to be very precise.
I will be posting a series of future videos covering this very subject on impact with further details on how to achieve proper alignments at impact. I hope you found this information on the effects of the right arm straightening helpful and if you have any further questions, please comment below.
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