The first key movement into the slot to put the golfer on the path to impact. Find out how to do it and why it is so important
Getting the first part of the downswing correct is crucial to helping you hit the ball squarer and straighter. The photo of Ben Hogan has confounded golfers and instructors alike for over 50 years now- BUT I am going to show you how and why to do it.
Golf is a lot of opposite reactions- and typically the leg action from the top of the swing into the downswing is where it goes horribly wrong for the poor to average golfer.
If you have looked at golf magazines, YouTube channels or watched social media over the past few years in search of golf help- ALL you will hear about is rotation. So, what is it?
Many golfers are confused about how to create the lag angle of the shaft in the downswing. Angles are created in different ways - but this way is how an angle is formed whilst not narrowing the swing itself.
Putting the arms and club back down into the slot for an inside approach is paramount to keeping the golf club on some type of arc or circle.
The right arm on the downswing!! Force it into the side. Push it forward. Lay it down. The age old question is answered in this video of how using the right arm correctly can make you a drastically better ball striker
Using the right leg in the transition and downswing area is an important key to maintaining the correct orientation and balance of the upper body. Go down to move forward yet stay back- All at the same time
In this latest video I show you how the wrists can/do work using a new device -Hackmotion- which registers the wrist conditions throughout the swing. Cupped or Bowed are explained in detail
Bobby Jones besides being a remarkable golfer had a penchant for the written word- and this text taken from his book Bobby Jones On Golf- again gives us amazing insight into one of the most problematic areas of the golf swing for the average golfer- The Transition and Downswing