THE QUICK AND EASY GOLF SWING

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You are currently watching a video about how to make a quick and easy golf swing which will give you instant results and really help you improve or understand the golf swing.

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This channel focusses on the golf swing and discussing in detail about the areas of the golf swing that most amateurs get wrong. Each how to video explains everything a golfer needs to know so they can improve their golf game and start lowering their scores, so wheter your trying to break 100, break 90, break 80 or break 70 then this channel will help you acheieve everything you want.

I don’t rely on many if any training aids with my coaching as I beleive that the change will happen once you understand what it is your really trying to do with your golf swing and once your understanding improves then you will start to make the correct swing change, I will occasionally offer drills to do as this can often improve your feel verus perception battle and help aid your cause.

I love giving golf tips however I really enjoy helping golfers with their game and love the positive feedback about golfers who I have helped with their ball striking or driving or whatever so if you like golf tips then you should subscribe.

I’ll always try to put my swing on slow motion on the camera howver this is sometimes difficult due to the set up of my driving range and I’m often looking for privacy but I agree that seeing a Professional swing in slow motion can help golfers develop.

I do use the term perfect golf swing, not because there is a perfect golf swing or perfect backswing etc however I like to discuss options in all my videos and sgtrongly beleive there are 5 or 6 things we have to do in the golf swing but there are options for golfers to choose what they want to do which is why I feel im qualified to discuss the perfect golf swing as much as anybody else.

The areas I disucss in the golf swing are hip rotation, swing plane, upper body movements, how to gain speed in your golf swing, how to use the driver, all golf swing basics, golf swing for seniors, golf swing for irons, the elbow positions and whats the best way to swing a golf club and much more.

I also do alot of club reviews with Midlands Golf and specially Ronnie and coach at Four Ashes and a friend who helps me as I’m not the most technical person when it comes to club equipment, but we talk about what are the best golf clubs, golf bags, golf balls and even golf trollys. Everyone wants to know whats the best golf club and especailly the best driver which is why we test all of the clubs and give our opinion on what the best golf clubs are.

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Comments

Jason Little says:

Great video Russ. Good to reiterate this problem and situation. Something I am still working on and you made such a strong valid point when we met up, push yourself totally outside of your comfort zone down the range. I was there last week and pushed myself totally out of my comfort zone, the swing felt so alien, it felt like I had just started playing and dreaded how it looked from a viewer. When watching back on video and drawing the postural lines etc, it looked so much better than what I had been doing and was so much closer to what we are trying to achieve. My point is, don’t be afraid of feeling weird and wrong as it may be the weirdness is actually the right move and just needs confirming in video. Once you know it’s right then you can push it and grain it in to make it feel natural.

Richard James says:

Good stuff again Russell – practicing the hip separation which has really improved my ball striking with real consistency – it works people give it a go!

john clisby says:

Russell another brilliant video another great exercise

Regis Staley says:

My game had (?) gone to seed over the last two years. I have good fundamentals but everything seemed out of sync. Your approach to the swing has been a life raft. Baby steps. Right now I focus on keeping the pelvis pointing down and clearing the lead hip. Posture and timing have new life. So many thanks

Chris Hollis says:

Great stuff as usual Russ, had a great lesson today and came away with a drill that will help my ball striking.
See you in a few months. 👍

Howard Goldfinger says:

Talk, talk, talk…but doesn’t show one full swing. Always talk, talk…

Dave Wade says:

Good stuff Russell. One thing that interests me is assuming the plane is fairly conventional and not to vertical, does ulnar deviation of the left wrist continue after ball contact so the left arm arm and club shaft form a straight line or would you expect to retain the angle formed at impact?

sensur1 says:

Ah.. April. I bet thats the month where all the golf swing tutorial and tips videos gets the most views :p

Marc Manion says:

And with this drill your distance is effortless and strong! Not a bad starting point if you have restrictions or feel stiff during a round.
I think it could be a nice part of my warmup

Perry Smith says:

You are a fantastic instructor! Much respect sir.

wayne komure says:

Would you comment on how the left torso and arm play in the downswing? I’ve found having a “dominant” left side coming down provides a consistent ball direction and maintains a straight left arm through inpack (as opposed to when the right arm/hand “tries” to “hit” the ball and the left arm breaks down a bit (flippy)). The only problem I feel is loss of swing speed/ball distance). Do you feel a dominant left side starting the downswing or is it all hip downturn and not “think” about your upper body including arms? Would truly appreciate your thoughts on one of my biggest sticking points. Thank you

Alan Thistlethwaite says:

Could you at some point do a distance from the ball video

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