Golf Swing Made Simple

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Golf Swing Made Simple. With so much debate on HOW to swing the golf club Danny Maude gets straight to the point in this training.

There is no right way to swing the golf club but there is almost certainly ‘Best Practice’. Having studied some of the best players in the world there are some simple things that everyone can do to make the game much easier to learn.

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Adam Grym says:

"simple" yes but also very constructive, many thanks!!!!

Mike labushesky says:

Thanks Dan you’ve helped me quite a lot thanks !

Fernando Beroiz says:

The swing looks a bit restricted in my opinion

gleen sabuero says:

Excellent video content! Apologies for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you thought about – Paneevelyn Swinging Clubsman (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a great one of a kind guide for revealing an effortless golf swing technique minus the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my friend at very last got astronomical results with it.

Denis Prieur says:

i'd really like to see the completion of that video Danny!! I've practice very much this abriviated swing with the driver, but i'm a bit confused with the hinge of the wrists in the full back swing, and the downswing as well!!!!

Craig Haslip says:

I really liked this video. Even though I've played golf for a long time, I enjoyed the refresher!

James Young says:

Can you talk about the next bit? How the wrist work from there?

Denis Prieur says:

i have to correct something about keeping the right elbow to your side, this japanese teacher asked me to put a towel, or a glove underneath my right pit(arm), so that you feel your tricep close to the body, but filming myself, the right elbow doesn't necessarly stay stuck to your side!

Denis Prieur says:

Hello Danny! I,ve practice your drill that you are showing in this video! Somehow, i would have appreciated that you've complete the sequence, meaning after this practice drill, finishing the move to the top, and the downswing! Thank you Danny! ps: i've been to japan, and a top japanese teacher asked me to keep my right elbow close to my body in the back swing, and it works pretty good for me!

Steve Brawner says:

This drill will absolutely have you hitting laser straight shots, great information Danny. Thank you so much.

TonyRedSox says:

I like your straightforward instruction technique. I've been a hack for years but going to try your technique here.

TheQuietCenter says:

I like this video because it approaches something simpler than the full swing and gives the beginner a workable first goal that they can get to in a very short time. Instead of trying to blast the ball with full effort and full takeaway. My questions are (1) In this video, centrifugal force has no effect on the player or the club. In a complete swing, does the cocked position of the wrist and resulting release due to centrifugal force build on this simple swing? (2) Also I notice that the upper and lower body are moving in unison. Is this acceptable for now and do you advocate separating and leading with the lower body in a full swing?

radha vemuri says:

Great drill
Thanks

David Mapstone says:

Wish I found your videos a long time ago. Although I was born in England, I have been living in Canada since 1958.I have found your instruction extremely helpful.

steelydanmanaja says:

danny just found your channel loving your teaching style really helpful cheers mate

Amrit Kapoor says:

What would be the grip pressure for the swings? Also, is there a trigger to start the swing process?

Juan Lozano says:

I liked your video about striking irons pure but on this one I have a problem. You don't talk about keeping the face of the driver closed or square with the target instead of open as most new golfers tend to do. I am referring to the flat left wrist as opposed to a cupped left wrist.

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