The downswing takes the golfer onto the 4:30 path to impact. Get this part of the swing in order and golf becomes a simpler game
Flipping- it's a dirty word in golf. Why do people flip the club? Find out in this exclusive video about drill one and how we release the club later to help avoid flipping the club. This is a two part series with the drill three corresponding idea to be added soon.
Put your hand up if you hate flipping the club through impact.... It is really the cause of not utilizing the 4:30 entry path well and having to use a stand up release. Watch here to learn more
Many golfers that come over the top on their downswing do so because the right shoulder starts to work inwards and at the ball. You have heard me talk about forearm rotation a lot- here's why understanding forearm rotation can help you from being an over the top player
Those that have done my drill series or taken a lesson from me know that drill one is the very first brick in the building process. Here is a what drill one can do for you.
Ben Hogan talked about his "secret" in a 1955 edition exclusive for Sports Illustrated. He specifically mentioned his "secret move" was to cup the left wrist at the top of the backswing. Here I will discuss the advantages of feeling a cupped wrist just as Hogan did.
The hand path illusion of releasing left- part 2 of a student lesson. Pressures and opposites play a huge role in releasing the club with speed and square onto the downward strike. It's visually intimidating but worth the effort once you achieve it.
This is part 1 of a viewing of how the hand path works from the players perspective- diagonally across via a nice release. Understanding and importantly seeing these illusions is imperative to improving your strike and your swing.
Trends come and go in golf instruction. We have had one plane swing- square to square- stack and tilt- the A swing- etc etc. Most if not all of those concepts have died a slow death based on wrong information. Today the trend is to rotate- rotate- rotate. Everyone is talking in golf instruction about rotating the chest open into impact. Here's why this is not so good information.
Many in the advice business say that "Lag" is a bad thing in the golf swing. Try telling that to all the great players. Lag- when done correctly is your one stop shop to hitting the ball- down and through. Wouldn't you wish to not have to try and hit the ball- but have it happen for you? Watch this video to find out more.