Learning How to Stop the Reverse Pivot in Golf

The reverse pivot is one of the biggest swing killers in golf, and it is an error that affects a great number of amateur players. If you are unfamiliar, a reverse pivot can occur when the player moves their weight toward the target when making the backswing, and then away from the target in the downswing. So, for a right handed golfer, the weight moves to the left as the club goes back, and then the weight comes back to the right while the club swings down toward impact. This is backward, and it makes it nearly impossible to hit good shots.

If you suffer from a reverse pivot, use the tips below to get yourself out of this habit and back on track.