Uploaded by Susan Heaton on May 1, 2015 at 10:12 am
This tip from PurePointGolf.com shows you how to practice your weight shift and get your swing more consistent.
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Interesting…is this “arms first” for the driver only? Irons and FW woods
It appears to me that there are alot of different ways to start the
downswing, not just one. Maybe we (includes me) sometimes think there is
only one way to do something that is the “correct” way. I dont think thats
“From the top the arms swing first” and “Swing with feet together drill”
These two coaching gems have made a big impact on my game over the past few
weeks. Thanks HC14
He’s trying to give a good tip about a wonderful drill for slicers. You
can’t deny that the feet together drill is very useful. Arguing semantics
doesn’t help hackers; drills help hackers.
arms dont “swing first” they are just a reaction of proper rotation on the
way back. first thing moving to the target should be your right hip.. and
that is actually moving towards the target on the backswing.
There are indeed many different ways. The downswing is merely a chain of
reactions triggered by a technique performed by the person swinging,
whether it’s slightly shifting your weight, or starting with the hands
one of my instructors suggested putting the feet together like that… also
if you’re tall like me you have to hover over the ball more, getting into a
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