How to Use the Hips in the Golf Swing | Crazy Detail

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Do you chunk or top…? A lot? You may be early extending, do to some degree of a reverse pivot. How do we stop this early extension? How do we ultimately stop chunking? For those looking to stop early extension, this video on How to Use the Hips in the Golf Swing | Crazy Detail is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. If you’re thinning the ball, we’ll cover how to start correcting this, while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of your game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with GDM Golf. Good luck with your golf.

 

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Simon Howson-Green says:

Oh get on and hit the bloody thing

Rasel Juthi says:

Appreciate Video! Apologies for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried – Paneevelyn Swinging Clubsman (do a search on google)? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for revealing an effortless golf swing technique without the headache. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my buddy got amazing success with it.

MrTraviP says:

Just get to it.. Stop dragggggggging your lessons out.. Jeeezz luizzzzz

PJ D says:

Too many coaches focus on shoulders movement and not enough on hip movement. Thanks for that lesson! Sub!

Emilio Trillo says:

Very good lesson.
Let's put it into practice!!

Sam G says:

this is not a new method but you make it easy for me to follow.
thank you for a great lesson.

Andrew Leifer says:

So I am slightly confused after watching this video, watching the analysis of Henrik Stenson's swing, and then going back to this video again. Stenson appears to have a hip or "pelvic" turn of practically 0 degrees, yet he is a long hitter. This might be an optical illusion based on the camera angle, but the base of the line you draw from his belt buckle vertically upwards never changes throughout the entire swing.

I compared his swing to a video of myself and my entire left pocket was pointing towards the camera. Then I Iooked at his swing again and it was such a huge contrast that it startled me. I will note that I did really like the feeling/ease with which I was able to keep my eyes on the golfball throughout the entire swing [because I was not rotating my hips back so far], but I can't imagine I was generating the same type of clubhead speed. I do feel that tightness factor as though I can't make it past a 90-degree shoulder turn. I can get to 90 ok, but anything more is a stretch, literally.

In this video, you refer to the hip turn of 45 degrees. I am pretty flexible and can do both but I do not want to sacrifice a ton of distance if I have to pick.

Where does this leave me? Not entirely sure what to do with this newfound information.

Thanks,

Andrew

Glenn Watson says:

The hip turn, thats exactly my problem. Thank you. In slow motion your head seems to stay in one place which makes me feel a bit better about my own swing. I was thinking you wanted a sort of lowering of the head and body into impact.

SKY Laretta says:

I enjoy your video … thank you, great golf teacher 👍👍👍

Nick Duck says:

Hi Clay      Great set of Videos.   Very informative.    I'm a Fan.     
One question – How do you do the Overlays (lines and Arrows) in your videos.   They are great.    I want to do the same in my own videos of my swing.    Thanks    Nick

Thao Tran says:

wow, u teach golf too! unless you have a twin brother that plays tennis! : )

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