Whilst many people believe once the ball is struck nothing really matters, I will show you why this part of the swing is so important and explain to you true swing plane for better control and straighter strikes
Using the body to keep the club moving throughout the swing is a master move.. No stalling. No flipping. And it revolves around martial arts logics and how well you can utilize the 4:30 path- the ground and the pivot.
Rotation- Acceleration- Face control- Full release- It's all to do with utilizing the left side beyond impact. Part of my drill 3. Learn why it's the key to consistency in this video.
Hitting AT the ball is no doubt the biggest bugaboo with the golfer who is inconsistent in the strike and the control of his or her shots. It's not a tough thing to overcome if you know you can only create speed in one area of the swing.
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.
Accelerating out of a corner is something we all learn at drivers school when we learn to drive. Find out how that reflects on the golf swing also in this video.
The board's main use is to provide resistance in the feet to assist moving the pivot stronger past the ball to the finish. It does have other uses however.
The object of controlled aggression is to get the left shoulder to move farther away from the ball after you strike it. This would feel like the shoulders are rotating more level rather than going up and down.
This is the sister video explaining how the post impact (drill 3) works as an opposite force to the full firing release of drill one- learn to hook it into entry and cut it out of exit to produce straight shots.
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