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
For the golfer who has difficulty delivering the club onto the ground and ball in a similar position - this mistake of changing your low point of the clubs delivery has a lot to do with the way the right arm works in the swing. Find your check points to better in this video
Learning to release the club from the 430 entry path opens up a host more backswing options to assist you to hit the ball correctly. There is only a perfect backswing for YOU- not a perfect backswing for ALL.....
Cupped wrist or Bowed wrist? As a carryover from a previous post relating to Jack Nicklaus and his thoughts- here's the video to help distinguish the difference and what is easier to perform for a better game
One of the everlasting images Ben Hogan left us was his ideal of opening the hips up to start the downswing. In the photo we see in real time that was not in fact the case. Here I explain why it worked for him but caused a generation of slicers who tried to follow his example.
Opposite forces are alive and well in the golf swing & it is really what holds the swing together. Learn more by watching this simple demonstration and how it blends into the way we swing the club.
You may hear the phrase "right side bend' in many instruction conversations. This is a lowering or a compressing of the right side on the downswing and into impact that helps us with our nice path and release. Be careful though. Trying to get this bend can cause havoc. Watch and learn how it works.
Lag is a matter of the third dimension of the golf swing- behind us. Forced lag while it may look fantastic to the untrained eye won't give you the time or space to release the club correctly.
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