Come inside and learn how "swing plane" really functions. Learn why the great ballstrikers were never on plane right throughout the swing
and how being off plane in certain areas allows you to get on plane where it matters most
The "Out Is Down" video I made for my YouTube channel several years still continues to be one of my most watched and now better understood aspects of the swing. Watch this new video supporting the evidence and see how it all works in slow motion.
It always amazes me how the students that work within the boundaries of the drills have the most success at altering their swing for the better. Here is a great example.
Rotation Rotation Rotation- It's kind of all we ever hear about in golf instruction today. Lots of things rotate throughout a golf swing- watch this video to see the true rotational principles used by the greatest the game has had to offer.
The pivot is the king of the swing!!! Why? Because to keep the club accelerating the body has to continue to move, Acceleration increases speed, power, club face control and balance.
This is a hot topic in golf instruction so there will be several videos on this new "fad". I will discuss in future videos this obsession even more- but here is a follow up to the previous video lesson titled 'Clubface and Swing Path"
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.
Why do golfers- especially beginners and higher handicap players come over the top on the downswing? It's everything to do with the visual of where the ball is. This video will entirely change your mind about the importance of the 430 path.
Two major influences on becoming a good golfer are the grip and the swing plane. One delivers the clubface square to the ball and the other controls how much sidespin the strike will create. If longer straighter shots are the goal, then watch this video.
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...