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
Determining the finish point in the short game swing is a sure-fire way to improve your pitching, chipping and even putting.
Golf instruction has a fascination with what happens behind the ball. The takeaway- the backswing etc.... But how about if you changed your focus to the other side of the swing....
When I swing, I am more focused on the shaft than the clubhead or the grip. I always want to feel that the shaft is accelerating. Watch and learn.
The purpose of drill one is to release the club. Because the hands are holding the club that can really only be done with the arms and hands.
Keeping pressure on the shaft and wrist conditions intact is the perfect structure necessary to have more feel in the hands and for more strike and control on the ball. To do that- ride the wall...
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.
Having a strong pivot takes away any overuse of the hands. As Sam Snead so eloquently stated- "The feet govern the pivot". Watch one of my PGA Tour players use the Downunder Board for extreme training.
Here is an important video explaining how the left arm & left wrist and their orientation affects the clubface. Its why I teach drill one as I do, and it can help your consistency.
During last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational- his "unorthodox" swing always becomes a topic of conversation. It was a great swing if you understand the physics of a motion. Watch and learn why.