HOW TO TRAIN YOUR RIGHT ELBOW IN YOUR DOWNSWING WITH THIS BASIC TIP

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You are currently watching a video about how to train your right elbow in the downswing with a basic swing tip. This tip is so simple but will change your outlook on how to drive the right elbow and really help you get the feeling of how to move the elbow at the start of the downswing.

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Sir TogII says:

This drill is brilliant to get the correct feel. Seen it before and use it often in my warm up

john clisby says:

Russell great training tip but what club do you use???

Discus Me says:

i must try this during my next practice

Keun Pruitt says:

Simple and to the point I will become a scratch golfer in no time with your helpful drills and tips. Keep up the good work. ⛳🏌️

Perry Smith says:

Thank you sir. Much respect. Top notch drills.

fitcwebb says:

It worked real well for Lee Trevino….setting up well open. His right elbow work was awesome

John Hue says:

Russell, Do you want the feeling and movement of getting the inner forearm facing the sky by rotating in a clockwise direction as a first move in transition from the top.

Gene Smith says:

Russel, first, thank you for taking the time to create these marvelous videos. You are the best youtube coach out there. I am really starting to understand the golf swing so much better. For years my instructors have been telling me to jam my right elbow into my right side. That left the club face open. Your explanation corrected that.
Can't wait to hit the driving range. Thanks again from snowy Connecticut, U.S.A.

Ben green says:

Russell – No matter where you look on your channel just gold nuggets every where . keep up the great work . 👍👍

Jim Allegro says:

Very good explanation. I cant wait to try this out on the range.

donnachiebro says:

Might look like a simple drill but in the long term will help so much as I've never seen any other instructor use this stand to the side drill but it does force you into driving your elbow correctly so cheers Russell 👍🏻👍🏻🏌️🏌️

Dave Ford says:

OMG That's exactly what I drilled prior to playing this past weekend. It goes to show how insignificant it is to lay a parallel stick on the ground of the inside RR track for alignment. Aiming is not a function of Feet. This drill exemplifies how great players hit the furthest to the Right of Them.. Sure, at first you will pull the ball to the Left, but after a bit of discipline, the Shot will be on your intended Line of Flight. Another Nugget shown here by Russ.

Alan Thistlethwaite says:

Wow you are good Russell, where you based ?

ERIC BODLEY says:

what a brilliant idea, will be trying this out on the range, cheers Russell

Jim Samaras says:

Another gold nugget from the best teacher on YouTube

Andy V says:

Russ do you know reasons why I hit toe shots worst in driver

Mike Reed says:

I know a player who stands as you do in the drill for all his tee shots and it works quite well. He hits it great and is a very good player. Looks strange but it works for for him.

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