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
When I first receive videos from online students maybe only 1 out of every 20 perform the drill one somewhat correctly. It takes several videos to adjust and have them perform it in a way that will give them the most benefit.
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.
Putting the arms and club back down into the slot for an inside approach is paramount to keeping the golf club on some type of arc or circle.
Using the right leg correctly on the downswing and the release adds many benefits to becoming a better player. Watch and learn from this lesson how the right leg pushes and then drives.
Continued video explanation of the right arm in the downswing. How does right arm width do a better job of getting the right elbow into its correct placement than just trying to force it into the side of the body?
Slotting the club behind the body is a tough a thing to do for mist golfers. Visually the club feels too far behind them. That's why there is a method to the learning of the drills in an order that works. Watch the slot become better on this student in this video.
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.
Saving the right arm is my term for having the right arm straighten well beyond impact than before or at impact. In this video I show how I told a student to focus on everything below the elbow
The right arm on the downswing!! Force it into the side. Push it forward. Lay it down. The age old question is answered in this video of how using the right arm correctly can make you a drastically better ball striker