HIDDEN MOVE NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT IN THE GOLF SWING

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You are currently watching a video about a hidden move no one tells you about in the golf swing on how to get better. This video will really help people improve their golf and understanding of the golf swing.

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I don’t rely on many if any training aids with my coaching as I beleive that the change will happen once you understand what it is your really trying to do with your golf swing and once your understanding improves then you will start to make the correct swing change, I will occasionally offer drills to do as this can often improve your feel verus perception battle and help aid your cause.

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Comments

Noggin says:

Great advice. The wedge under the right heel is the only way to really "feel" the resistance in the right hip and thigh needed for an effective golf swing. I've somehow managed to get through over 50 years of playing not understanding this. Recently employing this resistance has transformed my game. This message should be the first thing any new golfer learns and it's a shame it's been buried amongst the other hundreds of pieces of golf technique advice.

Hakeem Shaheed says:

Awesome discussion, Russ, Thanks!

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Damon Katos says:

I’ve been soaking up these lessons…unfortunately I’m limited to in house drills as it’s frickin raining crazy here in Texas

Dave Everitt says:

This hidden move makes it dead easy for me to hit a draw without thinking and a fade with minimal thought. Russell is teaching a nice centred rotational swing that doesn't require as much dynamic leg action as a lot of the old time pros use. This swing that he teaches, is truly a swing for a lifetime. A downswing trigger that has been a gem for me is "Sling Around". I first picture a spot on the outside of the left thigh rotating to the left. This triggers all of the good things that I would want to happen, in the correct sequence, in the downswing.

Frederick Denault says:

You hit the nail on the head on this video for me.  I was doing the drill (feet together and step lead side to hit the ball) and felt a great sensation of striking the ball better.  Somehow, during regular rounds, I began to focus on not leaving too much weight on the trail side as I started the downswing.  Slowly, my swing contact was getting worse (probably introducing hip extension/slide).  Watching this video reinforced the proper weight shift concept.  Felt the in-home practice working when viewing this video, now I'm excited to take it out to the range/course.  Thanks Russell!

Aliza says:

thank you for the tip/drill on how to move the hip back to square. (*^_^*) you answered my earlier question and now I will practice squashing!

Robbie Mutch says:

Best teacher on here.

rohit pratap says:

Can get this look easily without a ball but when video myself with a ball I can’t stop my slide on the downswing (tho my early extension has improved significantly there is still a little there). Any ‘feel-based’ drills to improve this..?

Richard James says:

More sensible thoughts and ideas – practice at the range tonight got me the right feelings – it's going to take some time to feel 'normal' but better ball striking and balance is giving me confidence – thanks Russell !

Richard James says:

More sensible thoughts and ideas – practice at the range tonight got me the right feelings – it's going to take some time to feel 'normal' but better ball striking and balance is giving me confidence – thanks Russell

Harold Pohoresky says:

Video illustartes Improved aritcuialtion concerning restriction of movement of upper thigh and pressure into the ground-pressurizing the load as it were at the top of the backswing. Weight wll stay over trail foot becuase that is the ony way you can open up your pelvis on the downswing. Brilliant explanation. Why has it taken 50 years for me to learn this? Was this not known before? Why such secrecy? Or did they (pros and teachers) do it without thinking about it like the blind squireel stumbling accross the acorn- Serendipity they call it. That is until you came along with this video (and other videos)

David Wilson says:

dropped 3 shots since I started watching your vlogs. what you say makes perfect sense and is also easy to replicate

Jonathan Costigan says:

Been trying to get away from the away for so long. Finding your instruction on weight transfer and the explanation of what to feel has been a massive help. Will be watching back through all thel vids to really nail it. Thanks.

bruce m says:

Conquer the hips (I said that to my wife—- big mistake)

e james says:

I continue to believe that people can be helped by understanding HOW the hips rotate. There is a muscle that connects the middle of the pelvic bone to the inside of the thigh bone. When it is contracted the pelvic bone must rotate on the ball of the thigh bone…….IF the rest of the body is held steady.

Mitch Y says:

another GEM from Russell. this is a fantastic drill, i use to do this to great effect. what really helps me though is putting some emphasis on applying some pressure onto the back of the ball when i start the back swing (in other words, i am focusing in on my impact condition), for me it enables me to get into more of a dynamic position though out the back swing.

majl1000 says:

Russ, been following your instruction and doing the drills which are great, the problem I have now is my 60 yard shot is going 80 yards my 80 yard shot is going 100 my 100 yard shot is going 120 etc, and I'm missing greens long and hitting bunkers off tee that used to be out of reach.
thank you for causing me this problem 😁👍👍

Mike Reed says:

I just rolled up a towel and used it under my right foot to feel the pressure you are suggesting. Cheap and easy way to do it!!

is that a fact says:

i always thought the weight transferred to the lead leg just before the back swing ends ?

H Purey says:

And another thing, why would anyone dislike this video???. You are only trying to help, and done so in a really great video. One of the best ways to give tips is by finding a way that will allow us average golfers learn a way to feel what we a supposed to be doing. Once I get the feel, it is really easy to replicate it.

H Purey says:

heading out to the garage to borrow a piece of a pool float (aka noodle). If I borrow the same amount from every "noodle", then my kids shouldn't notice it …… I hope LOL.

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