ALL good or bad shots are determined by impact. Increase your understanding of impact and you increase your chances of better ball striking
Every golfer is after more power. Here is an ideal release of the club pertaining to drill one (4:30 path) that assists in lining the club up to the body's power source for control and a stronger release into and beyond impact.
The 430 entry path is drill one for a reason- as it teaches the golfer how to release correctly. Watch this student lesson video where we can see exactly how the 430 release does more than just unwind the club onto impact.
Knowing how to use pressure in the legs and into the ground for longer can help eliminate the need to straighten the right arm into impact- and give you much greater control and ultimately more power.
Rehearsing what impact should look like can allow you to get a great feel AND a great visual of just where you need to be at the moment of truth.
Optical illusions are rampant in the golf swing. How the golfers views things from his vantage point differ from how someone from the outside looking in would view the swing.
Rotation is a big word in golf instruction- but how do we rotate to create speed and acceleration of the club whilst also maximizing control of the clubface so we hit the ball straight?
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.