Ground forces- Using the ground- The swing works from the ground up- Get the inside scoop on how myself and the greatest golfers ever utilized the ground in a way few are familiar with which enabled them to be balanced and aggressive
A pressure is something the golfer will feel in their swing. A reading may also be given from a science used- such as a pressure mat. But can we see pressure? And if we do- how do we understand it?
The right arm action in the golf swing may be the most misunderstood action/reaction in what makes a good golf swing repeatable and efficient. Learn the true role of the right arm and hand here in this article.
Using the legs correctly in the downswing is a sure-fire way to help improve to a better swing path and overall better balance throughout the swing. This video combines many ideas previously shown about the legwork on the backswing and a drill to help make it all happen.
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.
Staying down through impact- easier said than done. It is one of the major reasons I put the downunder board to work with my students. To stabilize the pelvis and leg motion.
Scottie Scheffler's footwork has become a talking point in golf due to his success. I know it's a great ground reaction force, many talk about it as if it is a swing fault. Watch and learn.
For a balanced swing the body must remain in balance. So how should the legs and feet move during a golf swing?
Using the ground strongly and in balance is one of the mysteries of the golf swing. We hear all about using the ground but how should we really use it. Watch this student lesson using the pressure mat to watch how the balance and weight shift worked.
Using the right leg in the transition and downswing area is an important key to maintaining the correct orientation and balance of the upper body. Go down to move forward yet stay back- All at the same time