When working on swing drills it is important to understand that slow motion drills often need to be exaggerated. The reason? Because force and motion will significantly alter the appearance of what you are trying to establish in the swing.
What starts the downswing? The hips- The left heel- the hands...Is it a fall down- or a pull down...Where does the right elbow go...Lots of questions but one simple answer will help you synch your downswing up for a better approach.
When pressure hits you during a round then it's obvious that certain areas of the body begin to tighten up and the swing doesn't flow as easily. Learn what I did with Brendon Todd to eliminate this unwelcome tension.
The 430 entry path is drill one for a reason- as it teaches the golfer how to release correctly. Watch this student lesson video where we can see exactly how the 430 release does more than just unwind the club onto impact.