3 Keys to Improve Your Power

3 Keys to Improve Your Power

If you are anything like me, you love Henrik Stenson's golf game. He has a great blend of power and accuracy. No other player on tour has 120mph of clubhead speed and is ranked at the top of the world for both driving accuracy and greens in regulation.

In this video we will go over 3 keys to taking Henrik's power and putting these motions into your own game. Learn how you can improve your shoulder turn, load the right leg better, and release all this energy into the ball.

I look forward to working with you much more on your golf game.

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21 thoughts on “3 Keys to Improve Your Power

  1. I love Henrik’s swing, and his tempo is closet to mine that I’ve found so I
    love to compare myself to his form. Clay, do you advocate the hands pressed
    forward at address? I tend to drop my hands right back to where they were
    at address so it seems like that could give me a tad more lag without
    thinking about trying to do it. Just wanted your thoughts. I love the
    website, I plan to get a membership and start recording myself.

  2. Left shoulder back and up? Won’t that cause a player to overly flatten
    their backswing? I’ve found that left shoulder back and down keeps the
    posture (forward flexion).

  3. He positions the ball off his shirt logo. With his wider stance that gives
    it the appearance of being too far back. With a wide stance you won’t be
    able to get all the way to your left or you would have to sway. ~Clay

  4. Notice at 3:45. At address, Stenson has a shift off the ball into his
    right heel before the club moves and before he turns into the backswing. I
    have copied that move and it is doing wonders for my swing.

  5. i love this bullshit “if you move your hips the same ammount as your
    shoulders you aint gonna get a lot of power” prey tell Einstein, what
    exactly is Power?and why will it diminish when you don’t move your hips as
    much? don’t forget to tell arnie and jack while your at it who both had
    massive hip turns 

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