Video 1 – Setup 4 Impact Golf swing Intro – Easiest method – New Series

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This is the first video in my new series on learning the Setup 4 Impact golf swing. This is a brief overview of what you can expect in the coming weeks, and months. Setup 4 Impact has been enjoying such great success this year that I have decided to provide more info on it than in the past. I hope you will share this with your friends, and visit my website at http://learningolf.tv There is a free email video series also available there, as well as my complete learning system for the method.

If the method helps you play your best golf ever please help support it with a membership to my website. Currently, the yearly comes out to less than $6 per month and includes all the in depth information, drills, and full email, and video support. More info at https://learninggolf.tv/registration/

The Setup 4 Impact golf method can be fully customized to fit your own personal needs.

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Kirk Junge currently teaches in West Palm Beach, Florida in the Winter months, and Bonn, Germany from March through October. More info at http://learninggolf.tv/about-us/about-kirk-junge/

Kirk has taught golf for 30 years now. Ten years of conventional golf. He taught for many years for Natural Golf Corporation, Single Axis golf, and the Moe Norman Single plane golf swing for the Graves Golf Academy. He currently teaches his Setup 4 Impact swing which has many similarities to all of the above. The big difference is that Kirk fits the swing to each individual.

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Comments

Ray Hess says:

Kirk, if your a member can you send in a video using a nikon camera through email?

Mark Cullimore says:

What are your thoughts on single length clubs versus traditional?

ar halimi says:

Dear Mr Junge .. Firstly tQ tQ tQ for sharing this minimalist golf swing .. i started golf in 2009 and i am a self-taught golfer .. distance is not my goal but flushing the ball is for me. I think so far your swing system has brought me EASE in swinging the club – tQ.
Sir, may i know the months thag u are in Germany and which club are u at there?
tQ.

Gorden Scottfan says:

Is it possible to keep the trail foot down too long? seems to me if your strong enough you could keep the trail foot down to long and end up pushing the pall to the right. {right hander}

Rex Braggins says:

hey you seem a little more up right or am i seeing things .i have found i like somewhere between you and brysons stance..and yes i have never hit balls this good .cheers kirk

Surrey Golf TV says:

Thank you for deciding to post this series here on YouTube, I've been hoping you would do this for some time now it's much appreciated

MrRayrad says:

I messed with both Natural Golf and Graves Golf Academy. Nothing ever seemed to work over the long run and I would edge back into traditional. Something in your method has brought me back and made be a believer again in single plane. You mentioned one motion in the takeaway that I had never heard before, or if I had, it didn't stick. "The elbow comes straight back." That may not be your exact words, but that is what I took away from it, and it seems to have made all the difference in my ball striking and distance. I'm 82 years young and have been as low as an 11 and ballooned up over the years to a 23. I play golf with a group of guys who average 20 years younger than me. I lately have been out-driving most of them. Using what I have gleaned from your youtube videos I'm back shooting in the 80's. Hope to shoot my age soon. Keep up the good information. It's quality stuff. Ray

Robert Erickson says:

Great videos for learning about your method.

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