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Points’ left knee used to dip down and out over his toes early in his backswing. This made it difficult to transfer his weight to his right side and caused his backswing to be steep. To combat this tendency, Points places an alignment stick in the ground at a 30-degree angle and parallel to his target line. The shaft runs under his left knee. His objective is to keep his knee above the stick throughout his swing. “It helps with my weight transfer,” Points said. “If my left knee goes out too much, I don’t get to my right side in the backswing. If I can keep my left knee tall and work it into my right leg, my weight transfers better.”

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