ALL good or bad shots are determined by impact. Increase your understanding of impact and you increase your chances of better ball striking
Rotation Rotation Rotation- It's kind of all we ever hear about in golf instruction today. Lots of things rotate throughout a golf swing- watch this video to see the true rotational principles used by the greatest the game has had to offer.
The idea of rotation of the lower half on the downswing is running rampant throughout golf instruction ideals in today's arena. And with it many more players are injuring themselves at an early stage of their careers. Let's discuss.
Firing the hands fast into impact is one of the key ingredients to working on the drill one training. Here is a quick refresher course on why it is so important to your growth as a better ball striker.
The swing path and the clubface tend to go hand in hand. Fix the path and you can often fix the face. Fix the face and you can often fix the path. In this video lesson I explain one student's tendency and why we needed to fix the club face to help hit better shots.
There are two ways to hit a golf ball. One is called "hitting" and the other is called "swinging". Let me explain the difference and why one of them is a better goal than the other.
Accelerating the club into impact helps compression of the strike. It helps the hands lead the clubhead. It also helps avoid the clubface shifting in alignment. So why does the late hit matter most?
The angle of the right wrist at impact strike is paramount to strike down on the ball strongly and to have the clubface square to the intended line.
The purpose of drill one is to release the club. Because the hands are holding the club that can really only be done with the arms and hands.
This video explains how the right arm can stay bent at impact if you follow the simple rule of the right arm structure on the downswing. This video ties in with a recent video of the same name.