[Golf with Aimee] Aimee’s Golf Lesson 011: How to hit a Three Wood

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Our Golf Professional Aimee Cho shows you what adjustments to make for the 3 wood compared to an iron swing.
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Cr8ive Amboy77 says:

omg.. Aimees golf lessons are the real deal.. even the graceful sequential chain in which it is presented mirrors all of the elements of an actual swing. im a 2 handicap in 10 years but u are my "go to" for golf fundamentals. This is all meat, no fat coaching.. ur 'no-club drills' set up 2 birdie shots from 145yd 9i wet fairway shots to set up my 2 birdies within 4ft of the pin.. i have never done that before.. i thank u because there was a little version of u in my head coaching the motion ingrained in my head during those shots.. even the tensing up of what not to do is visually articulated. Thanks for a non b.s. video. To other golfers obsessed or passionate with this sport, to play like a professional, learn from one, like Aimee. xo

Randy Burgeson says:

could you discuss where you head is located at impact ? is it the same in the "iron" swing and the "3wood" swing ? thanks

A A says:

I think the propeller drill would be beneficial for the driver swing also. Another nice lesson that many can use including me.

Scott Willi says:

Aimee nails it. Using the arms has been my biggest problem with the 3 wood. This has helped a lot.

Jeon Jonny says:

I like your wonderful lesson‥

paul baumgartner says:

Maybe I fail to understand, but it looks a lot like how you swing the 3 wood is much like the driver. can you explain, the difference to me

Jeremy Boylan says:

She wears a short skirt for slightly female (or male) reasons (as opposed to long trousers), but Aimee's teaching is meticulous, comprehensive, clear and excellent. Also with the skirt you can see exactly how the legs should be moving (in a golf swing!). Great 3-wood shots.

Andrew Kim says:

Your ability to explain and teach is extremely impressive! Thanks and keep it up!

Andrew Stroud says:

great class Aimee…your examples create easy to understand objectives.

FSAUDIOGUY says:

Thanks Aimee! Subbed 🙂

sobojetty says:

Aimee, love your videos. You didn't mention it here, but you do need upper and lower body separation for the 3-wood, is that correct? Thank you.

Trader Maine says:

great lesson – liked how you pulled the tee from your hair too 🙂

Maurice Jones says:

Some of the best instruction I have ever seen since I started playing in 1977. You instruction is better and more understanding than many of the best known, televised and published instructors. Keep up the great work, I will be recommending you to everyone I know and meet.

orkayen says:

Very well explained lesson, Aimee. As far as hands are considered, do you keep at the ball (inside of the left thigh)-tilted shaft or in front of the ball towards the target and in front of the left thigh or away from the ball -straight club

Ali Khalil says:

Dear Aimee I would like to thank you for very informative instructions. You have an easy style and very practical. thank you

Juan Fermin says:

Thank you Aimee, you explained it in such simple terms that I could follow and understand. I'm struggling with my fairway metals and I think you just made me aware that the speed and arch of the swing is different than irons. I have no trouble with my driver and the swing seems similar except for the ball on the tee of course. Thanks again

Abby Vogl says:

Thanks Aimee! You have helped me so much with my clubs

BRUCE2W says:

wow what a great video,now I see why the girls hit it so far,its technique

peter walton says:

Aimee thanks for the tips since watching you talk about hip turn and moving weight on to front foot I have gone from scoring 28 points to 42 points. No other coach explains it as well as you. Again thanks.

Nici G says:

Hi Aimee – what is the correct distance to stand from the ball? I take my stance, let my arms dangle down softly and that's the spot I hold all clubs from (distance wise from my body – usually under chin/nose)

But is this correct? With the driver/fairway/hybrid should my hands be further out from my body? Thank you.

Ruamlarp Anantasanta says:

Thank you very much. Very well explained, instructed, and demonstrated. Very logical. I like the comparison much. Your lesson really helps me improving. Will support you my best. ^^

pickin4you says:

I agree with others that you have very well explained, and easy to follow instructions. n Do you have a video on staying DOWN through the down swing? I have been away from golf for about 10 years, and now have a habit of straightening up, and thinning the ball with my fairway woods and irons.

fishingairman1 says:

some great instruction you have in all the videos I've watch. Very easy to understand. You continue to make the game simple

Con Patrick Derham says:

Just discovered your channel. Really excellent, love the helicopter drill. Makes so much sense and rhythm is so much smoother. Congratulations on a great channel

Brian Reilly says:

it works tried it today got some great contact more distance just by slowing back swing very good thanks

Joseph2103 says:

Hit that! Thanks

Calypso AirFPV says:

very well explained. you have a easy to follow instruction.

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