Hogan’s Elbows

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This is me working on Hogan’s elbow exercise. I would also like to share my new film/instructional video The Hogan Code, which is unlike any other golf video on the market. It tells my story and reveals the secrets that I discovered while I was 6 on my year quest to swing like the great Ben Hogan.

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Comments

Thomas Fraser says:

You look younger in this video as you should. Are you wiser today? Just kidding as I know you are. Hogan says the elbows should be pointing towards the hips. When the elbows are in this position they work the shoulders and scapular in a better fashion allowing a full 90 degree shoulder turn at the top of the swing and a maximum coiling of the entire body. Don't believe me? Try a set up with elbows pointing away from the hips as many people do. Turning shoulders to 90 degrees will be difficult for sure. Now set elbows pointing towards hips. Ninety degree shoulder turn much easier especially if you pull back your right scapular in sequence to your backswing. Let me know what you think

Raymond Meesseman says:

I can see your downswing, but what about back swing. It good to see you hit the ball, but it would be good to see how you got to the top also.

Art Smith says:

I'm just curious–are you hitting at the range of Rancho Park in Palos Verdes, CA?

Dexter Clark says:

what song is that?

Jay Dee says:

Christo, I've been working on pinning my elbows as well. Striking the ball solid with all clubs accept the driver. I'm not sure if it's a setup issue or what any thoughts ? Thanks

Rob W says:

think i saw a couple pulls on some of those shots

mynusss says:

Beautiful swing!

My Swing Evolution says:

I can't putt to save my life. I just had an important putting lesson with a PGA pro that showed me that I was aiming way to the right of my target!

mobydoug says:

Looks good! Elsewhere you say you have a 6 handicap. I would think this swing would get you lower than that…..

Rico Harris says:

Nice swing!

Rob Atkinson says:

hi,do you use your big knuckle on the back of the shaft like hogan described in his book?i just noticed on another comment you made,that the right hand is a personal preference.keep up the good work,its very inspiring.oh will your book be available in the uk..all the best,Rob.

서준형 says:

This drill is just amazing!
Isn't that simple? Anyone can do that.
Thnx 🙂

Brendan O'connel says:

Indeed,this drill is purely to start to learn about pressure and connection. Kankra15 you obviously do not understand anything about centripetal forces,the left arm in no way just swings.

peartfaldo says:

00:48….that lady is like…how do you do that?

bbellen22 says:

I have had a similar exp as Paul, I just couldn't find consistancy that didnt sacrifice major distance until I flattened my swing and as a result shortened it up. At first I had issues with this swing until I made a conscious effort to "leave the club behind" on the downswing. That changed everything. I still need work on impact balance since I feel as though my weight is 80-90% forward at impact. Thanks

Diego Diaz says:

JP, the Japanese looking fella ? Haha I know, then he disappears , properly gone to get his camera.

John Powell says:

LOL…the asian kid behind you cracks me up as he must be thinking…"How come I can't hit it like that!!!"

stikmunkey says:

The guy behind you was like "fuuuuuuaaaauuck!"

Choco says:

I know what D.I.R.T stands for…..

CaptainAndrewWiggins says:

1:05 would be good with a better camera

ljscourfield says:

great stuff. whats the track on this video?

Keef Riffhard says:

Nice swing guy. Keep at it.

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