Learn from lessons with my students and PGA players I work with as I show recordings from lessons on the driving range and on the golf course itself.
There will be an assortment of tips and ideas that may help your game.
The swing path and the clubface tend to go hand in hand. Fix the path and you can often fix the face. Fix the face and you can often fix the path. In this video lesson I explain one student's tendency and why we needed to fix the club face to help hit better shots.
Sometimes even the very best in their trade get off at times. A loyal pair of eyes is often critical to helping a golfer stay on the correct path more often with their games.
Accelerating the club into impact helps compression of the strike. It helps the hands lead the clubhead. It also helps avoid the clubface shifting in alignment. So why does the late hit matter most?
Dominant hands. Dominant Eyes. Dominant sides of the body. Sometimes we need to understand what each single side of the swing feels like.
From the vantage point of the eyes above and inside the target line- it is often difficult for the golfer to understand just where to slot the club on the downswing to enter impact correctly.
When I first receive videos from online students maybe only 1 out of every 20 perform the drill one somewhat correctly. It takes several videos to adjust and have them perform it in a way that will give them the most benefit.
The angle of the right wrist at impact strike is paramount to strike down on the ball strongly and to have the clubface square to the intended line.
Whilst a backswing can come in many shapes and forms a consistent swing plane is always the option to strive for. Learn from this backswing drill that can put the arms more up and down on the similar plane movement.
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.