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
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.
Do you hook the ball? Do they often start left of target and then go farther left? Are you over the top with your swing?... NO. watch and learn
Being able to solve your own swing is the plan to my coaching. Learning to see what areas need work on will point you back to the drill you need to pay attention to solve the issue quickly. Rather than trying so many things you end up down the rabbit hole. There is a plan that works. Stick to it.
Many golfers that come over the top on their downswing do so because the right shoulder starts to work inwards and at the ball. You have heard me talk about forearm rotation a lot- here's why understanding forearm rotation can help you from being an over the top player
Most great pitchers of the ball do the same things. They keep their arms in front of their body and they keep the shaft on a perfectly matched plane- into and beyond impact. Sharpen up your pitch shots by understanding this concept and a drill to help you see it and then do it
One of the most sort after aspects of a golf swing that players are always striving to achieve is the shallowing of the club in the downswing. It's a tricky move but very achievable IF you know how to deliver the club FIRST and foremost from this area into impact
Centrifugal force- can be your friend and your foe. Learn how to use it to make you swing the club freer and faster and also how to work centripetal force into your swing for power and for better control
The position of the ball on the ground out and away from us encourages most golfers to swing over the top on the downswing in their attempt to hit down on the ball. Here's a practice tip to help stop that dreaded over the top downswing
Quite often the golfer turns his shoulders too quickly on the backswing and has to then turn them too quickly on the downswing to try get the body and eyes and club somewhere back near the ball to strike it.