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
Chicken wings are great to eat- BUT- are they actually ok for the golf swing. Watch this video as I discuss good bad and indifferent chicken wings or bending of the left arm during the swing.
Xander Schauffele took the Gold medal in the golf section of the 2020 Olympics. His steady consistent play has resulted in numerous high finishes the past few years. What does he do so well to perform at this level?
Keeping the clubhead accelerating for as long as you can (even beyond striking the ball) is the ideal method to maintain clubface control and to keep pressure on the shaft to avoid toe droop of the clubhead and un-kicking of the shaft.
Justin Rose has for a long time now used a pre swing rehearse where he twists and drops his arms in the downswing. Hear him explain exactly why he does it. It may not be exactly what I strive for with my students but the reason is basically the same.
Bryden MacPherson totally revamped his game with our work the past 20 months and became the hottest player on the Australian PGA summer circuit. Here is what you can learn from his swing and how he made the changes.
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.
Every golfer has tendencies that long carry over from their "younger" swing. In this video I show a rehearsal practice swing one of my PGA players is using to slowly but surely alter his tendencies.
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.
There are many theories about exactly how the club should be released and what it feels like. Here is a great way to feel and see exactly how a forceful controlled release should happen.