The follow through can be a great indicator of how well the swing functioned. There are many different styles of finish and every one of them can tell a story. Learn more here.
Finding the correct finish point in the swing is a sure-fire way to control the direction of your short irons. Maintaining the structure of the wrists in relation to the club at this point in the follow through will mean laser wedge play.
The right arm action in the golf swing may be the most misunderstood action/reaction in what makes a good golf swing repeatable and efficient. Learn the true role of the right arm and hand here in this article.
This video encompasses two of my favorite subjects. To be strong and fast beyond impact & Don't be a slave to the backswing. Watch and learn how and why this can make the world of difference to your swing.
Watch this Tiger Woods practice swing. Exiting left with the through swing with the hands is a nice way to continue the arc of the swing. The clubhead however doesn't need to go that way
Golf instruction has a fascination with what happens behind the ball. The takeaway- the backswing etc.... But how about if you changed your focus to the other side of the swing....
Slow arms during the swing can cause many issues. The body goes too early and stops. The hands pull down and throw the club. Try this drill to learn to be synched up
Having a strong pivot takes away any overuse of the hands. As Sam Snead so eloquently stated- "The feet govern the pivot". Watch one of my PGA Tour players use the Downunder Board for extreme training.
Golfers are always asked to keep their left arm straight throughout the swing and in doing so neglect the role the right arm has. Use this tip to allow both your arms to work in symmetry right throughout the swing.
Wrist strength creates wrist structure. If you can maintain a pretty structured pattern of wrist motion throughout the swing then the chances of a good solid shot increase. Learn more here as I explain wrist structure and how the drills I teach encourage it.