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Hi JeffWhat you want to think of is winding from "top down". Ideally, the shoulders control the whole backswing. They start first then as they keep turning, they wind up the hips some. The sets up the potential for the downswing to just unwind. Now, the downswing unwinds from "ground up". As you unwind the downswing, the knees/hips/thighs start turning left (right hander) and this unwinding brings the arms back down in front of the of the body. The back elbow has to get back in front of the back hip or you're in trouble. I feel the entire core do this. If you watch the "Large Muscles Drill" and the "Finish Drill", you can see how the body controls the arms on the downswing direction.
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