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Anthony James says:

This swing feels moer natural to me.
Are you guys in north Jersey.

Scott Bartley says:

Question is his club swing mechanics to let his abilities come into rotation of the body and his club head for striking power looks weak His foot work is bad NO coil effect given placement of his feet and angles to turn his hips. Just look at the right foot angle. It makes no directional foot Coil for the down swing. Far to much upper body tightness and hand force is very limited.

Every thing begins how to physically relate to the club swing Mechanics and then you modify base on physical abilities. Lot of effort being shown but without clear view what is the best physical club swing mechanics for that club the effort level could be less and effects greater. How can you make good judgement and modify the physical and club action base on what can be produced with out a standard to work from. The closer you can approximate the optimum swing mechanics for the generated feeling of club the greater transfer of force into the club head.

What produces the greatest transfer of rotational force into the hands then down to the club head to transfer club head force into the ball. The frustration level base on confusion over swing mechanics is what see is the short comings of instruction for he has far to tight, stiff and needs his shoulders to be softer for the swing. Soft shoulder and core firmness let rotational force be greater into the club swing mechanics. Nice instructor doing a good job but his view of swing mechanics is the weak point for me. NICE work

6string says:

One criticism I have is the student is not completing his turn to a full finish during the left hand only drills. He's stopping his upper body turn and trying to accelerate the arm and club. Keeping his head down and looking at the ground instead of coming around and up.

IronBrian Golf Channel says:

thanks very much for posting this … enjoyed the instruction and interaction… yes to be be patient / slow down to develop the kinetic sequence … It is human nature to always want to do the drills / exercises quickly to obtain results …
I know this all too well as I have taught drum set for over 30 years and students for the most part want to play what they have learned mentally right away at a tempo that ends up being inconsistent and sloppy ( no precision ) but their mental muscle sequence hasn't been ingrained through the correct repetition with an emphasis on precision of movement which then body needs to learn at a slower tempo or rate !
I've seen this 9 to 3 type of sequence demonstrated in a few videos by Sean Foley as a fundamental drill using only one arm ..
The detail you went into was very revealing because you're working with a student as the teaching format which myself and I'm sure many player /students of the swing can see picture themselves as the gentlemen in that video.
The foam ball / wiffle ball / real ball method is innovative… I'm looking forward to working on these steps.. and I can do some of this indoor with the foam balls !
I see that you are making feel and real in the golf swing achievable … I've heard Hank Haney make mention of this more than a few times in various teaching videos that feel and real are quite different in reality and this clearly shows that can be learned with patience… well done!

John Schulte says:

I really like all aspects of your instruction. But one issue I see and have experienced at 67 years old, is that a real nice shoulder turn is possible, but neck stiffness and immobility cause me (and the person in the video) to loose sight of the golf ball at the top of the back swing. And my natural response is to cut back on my shoulder turn so my eyes don't loose track of the ball. is there something I should be doing to avoid loosing my sight of the ball. Or, do good players temporarily allow themselves to loose vision of the ball at the full extent of their shoulder turn, and then access it again during the initiation of the downswing.

Liam Crean says:

Hello Chuck.

I'm a serial Golf tip addict. I've watched dozens and dozens of videos. More like hundreds I bet. Always looking for tasty morsels that work for a classic slicer. This one's a proper nugget. So much to takeaway from this (no pun intended). I tried out the feelings described and it's like a MASSIVE penny dropped. As a fairly decent golfer (13 handicap) I've immediately shifted from having make my game about putting and chipping awkward shots to looking at birdies. I'm delighted. From this I've learnt to feel my lower body. My turn was classic lazy one. All prep no execution. Golfers elbow as a result. I'm still suffering physically but since playing a few times and practicing this (coupled with the powerless golf ideas from Paul Wilson and the arm structure of Martin Chuck) — I'm feeling more focused and agile on the ball than ever. Thank you 🙂

Arch Armstrong says:

Very good video. easy to follow.

Arch Armstrong says:

Three things are still incorrect. 1. On takeaway, the hands are rolling or breaking inwards.

2. No full turn.

3. On the downswing, no proper left hip slide thus no inward to outward swing pattern.

Fix. 1. On takeaway hold hand club angle same as at address until you are at 45-degree, angle from address. The club head will at this point be closed at a 45-degree angle. Feel should be that the left hand is at a 45-degree angle left to vertical. Simply hold that angle to the top rotating body at the same time. Start downswing by a shift slide to the left and let the arms club follow or drop down with it's their own weight and motion.

golfinguna says:

PS. I have never seen a you tuber answer/reply to  so many replies lol.

golfinguna says:

14,15 HC seems a bit unlikely when watching the problems he has with his swing. He may be that at his own golf course. I doubt if he is below 20 anywhere else? He states his problem is not making a divot which is never addressed  and is probably down to his left arm bending and his head coming up before he hits the ball? I think the instructor gave him too many changes to think about in one lesson? However good instruction with the drills.

Robert Day says:

Thank you for posting this video. I like how you teach your students to learn the fundamentals of where they need their body to be in different points in their swing. I can't wait to try all of this step by step thank you again

Derka Derka says:

I told my doctor “Every morning I get up and look in the mirror, and I feel like I’m going to throw up! What’s wrong with me?” He said, “I don’t know about your health, but your eyesight is perfect!”

Gregory Peterson says:

This dude is stubborn as an old mule.

Choco says:

bad instruction. Chuck doesnt tell him how to really use the arms; they are flailing back and forth ; not a chance

Joe Chen says:

One question, for the 9-3 drill downswing, after you have shift your weight, do you bring the club down as you are posting up? Like a two-step downswing. Or you shift, postup, and then release., like a three-step downswing

Harlan Roeser says:

Great practice routine. I must do this! thank you Doctor.

James Allen says:

The best way to show how to really learn these pieces one could imagine! I can see myself in each of these videos…and my mistakes… A very appreciated effort on your part Chuck….Thanks!

Kofoworola Ojomo says:

In one of your videos in which you demonstrated the use of impact bag I heard you deride the use of the body in an attempt to generate club head speed. You specifically advised that the body should be slowed down to allow the arms to work effectively. Now you are preaching that the core is the main engine to drive the swing. You even suggested that the right arm is “there for the ride” Would you kindly clear the apparent confusion for me. Regards.

Kai Rax says:

I been where he’s been 5-6 years ago. Almost gave up on it. Did the same drills like this video at a very slow pace. Kept doing it for 16 months and later started hitting to 50 yards and 100 yards for 6 extra months. For about 2 years my golfing buddies laughed at me. What I was trying to do was not change my swing at 100 mph, but I was trying to change my habits. Not sure if that make sense to anyone. 3 years later after doing it, I went from 25 handicap to a 3. Some time I feel I was getting in my own way. At the time the only clubs I would bring with me was a 52* wedge. Yup, I swing that wedge for over a year before I moved on to the rest of my clubs. Keep it up my friend…you’ll get there

mr. rbt says:

THE COBRA ONE LENGTH ARE NOT THE SAME SWING WEIGHT… THE STERLING IRONS ARE.

Mark Marino says:

Very good instructions that are easy to understand and it gives me a good base from which to build a steady consistent swing ! Thanks

Craig Ooten says:

chuck, you are a patient man!

Charles Burton says:

seems a bit staged?

David Paulin says:

Sometimes just a different explanation works. Now the shots are going straighter with less effort and hopefully less stress on the back. Yes it is nice to lower the handicap, but just to keep playing without injuries is sometimes more appealing.

don stage says:

I too have a fusion on 1, 2, and 3. I am a good golfer thanks to your videos, but how do you stop from coming over the top and pulling the ball when your head turns to see what your going to hit. I almost hit the ball better if I give up and never see the contact.

Mike Jarrett says:

This is brilliant. I'm the same age but with a fused right ankle which is holding me back . This video will really help me I'm sure !

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