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
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.
Golf is a lot of opposite reactions- and typically the leg action from the top of the swing into the downswing is where it goes horribly wrong for the poor to average golfer.
The pivot is the king of the swing!!! Why? Because to keep the club accelerating the body has to continue to move, Acceleration increases speed, power, club face control and balance.
If you have looked at golf magazines, YouTube channels or watched social media over the past few years in search of golf help- ALL you will hear about is rotation. So, what is it?
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.
This is a hot topic in golf instruction so there will be several videos on this new "fad". I will discuss in future videos this obsession even more- but here is a follow up to the previous video lesson titled 'Clubface and Swing Path"
Many golfers are confused about how to create the lag angle of the shaft in the downswing. Angles are created in different ways - but this way is how an angle is formed whilst not narrowing the swing itself.
Why do golfers- especially beginners and higher handicap players come over the top on the downswing? It's everything to do with the visual of where the ball is. This video will entirely change your mind about the importance of the 430 path.
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.