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
Impact alignments are often confused with an attempt to look good rather than a full strong release that gets the correct impact alignments via force, pressure and speed.
How the clubface looks on the downswing plays a huge role in just how we can "release" the club. Watch as I explain to this student why a shut clubface was doing more harm than good to how he released the club.
Ben Hogan was a true master of correctly releasing the golf club. In this video and article I will show you how Hogan's "double release: was the key to his uncanny control and consistency even under the strongest of pressure situations.
The transition and downswing can be the make or break part of the swing for many- so just how do we find the slot for the club and allow the swing plane to be an a nice arc of entry. Watch this Monday Backyard Tip to learn more.
A complete shoulder turn creates power and load and also helps open up the slot for a better downswing approach. Learn the nuances of creating a nice turn that will help your game.
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 has long been exhibited and proven by most of the very best golfers in history. It's from the golfer's perspective and visually we need to see that moment in time to help produce solid strikes and more consistent start lines and controlled curvature of the ball.
Rotation is a big catch phrase in golf. But does the body really work rotary or does it do something else?
Loading the club in transition without unnecessary force is a trademark of the good player. They understand it is a load and not an excessive pull down in an attempt to create an angle.