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
Using the pivot to overtake the release of the club is one of the greatest things you will ever learn to make your golf swing efficient and strong. In this video I explain more about the pivot and drill 3 by using the Down Under board.
Hooking can also be produced by the style of release. watch and learn how the release can impart hook spin and how to go about solving that problem.
Using the ground correctly is the ultimate way to control the longer clubs. It's not down a downward force. Tighter faster motion of the club begins with the footwork. Learn more here
How the right arm works coming into the 430 path can play a huge role in how the right arm reacts in the hitting zone- It's a simple idea based on pitch or punch elbow position.
Gary Player's walk through was not to do with poor balance- it was all to do with ground pressure and a level rotation Watch and learn why his intentions were great and this move through impact is nothing to be sneezed at.
Using the body to keep the club moving throughout the swing is a master move.. No stalling. No flipping. And it revolves around martial arts logics and how well you can utilize the 4:30 path- the ground and the pivot.
Rotation- Acceleration- Face control- Full release- It's all to do with utilizing the left side beyond impact. Part of my drill 3. Learn why it's the key to consistency in this video.
Hitting AT the ball is no doubt the biggest bugaboo with the golfer who is inconsistent in the strike and the control of his or her shots. It's not a tough thing to overcome if you know you can only create speed in one area of the swing.
Opposite forces are alive and well in the golf swing & it is really what holds the swing together. Learn more by watching this simple demonstration and how it blends into the way we swing the club.