Casting vs Over the Top: How to Fix Both Golf Swing Killers

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Casting vs Over the Top – What is the difference between casting in the golf swing and coming over the top in the golf swing?

Has anyone ever told you to stop to casting in your golf swing? Have you heard that coming over the top is a bad thing? Do you have any idea what the difference is between casting vs over the top?

If you’re confused, it’s not just you. “Casting” and “coming over the top” are both errors that occur in the downswing and are all-too-often mentioned interchangeably. While these habits are not same, they do tend to go hand-in-hand. A lot of golfers struggle to differentiate the two. And when the problem becomes muddied, there’s little chance of finding a clear solution.

One of the most important things a golf coach does is create clarity and eliminate confusion. If you’re a little lost on the topic of casting vs. over the top, I’ve got you covered. I’m going to explain what each term means and teach you how to fix both of these bad habits.

To put it in the simplest terms: Coming over the top is a directional issue. Casting is a timing issue.

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