ALL good or bad shots are determined by impact. Increase your understanding of impact and you increase your chances of better ball striking
Understanding the divot can assist you in understanding just where the ball should be positioned in the stance. This will vary for everyone- so use this video to help you find where you need to put the ball in the stance
In this video I discuss the divot- where it starts- the lowpoint of the swing & how you should be able to learn to strike the ball first and the ground second.
A full release asks for the entire rear side to drive and move with the release. Using the ground correctly in the downswing can help lead you to this added benefit of power and control.
Arm speed is necessary IF you want to keep the arms and hands and club in front of the body. If you pull your body too soon and your arms get stuck behind your body then this video is for you.
Going down to hit the ball creates the proper spin, trajectory and strike. Many golfers tend to move up and away from the ball and early extend the body and alter their spine angle. Watch this video to learn the right way.
This video is a follow up the a previous swing path and clubface orientation discussion. Now I explain how the drills in my instruction helps take care of these two elements.
How does the path of the swing play a role in the clubface direction at impact? - Learn more about it in this latest video
The brain needs swing and visuals for feedback to embark upon improvement. This hitting drill is as simple as it gets to allow the student to see and feel the correct path into the ball and beyond.
Covering the ball with the upper body at impact asks for a downward strike from the correct swing plane. Do you really know how to cover the ball? Watch this video to find out how it happens.