[BEST] Golf Drills For An EFFORTLESS Golf Swing (WATCH THIS NOW!)

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This video is about Improve Your Backswing – Full Shoulder Turn Drills For Golf. For more golf tips and drills please make sure to check out https://ScratchGolfAcademy.com. For more golf lessons and instructions please click the “Show More” button below.

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Matt Lord says:

I'm digging the blue shoes Adam. Loving the in-depth video lessons inside the membership area on your website as well…amazing content!

Tom Carignan says:

Hi Adam, another great video. Any thoughts on what drills or types of shots we should practice in our backyard nets during this quarantine so we don’t groove a bad swing?

Patrick Wyatt says:

That set-up is So important ! Thanks Adam

Gary Stromberg says:

Adam, I used to be halfway decent at this game, probably an 18.
I've recently got to a place where I can hardly hit a decent golf shot.
I'm very athletic and can adapt to different swing philosophies but I'm convinced I'm doing something wrong with my hands. Doing the flamingo helps for a couple shots but then it's gone.
Please tell me what exactly are my hands supposed to do at impact.
Thanks so much,

Fred Negus says:

Greetings Again Adam and thanks for your fine videos. I am an Authorized Instructor for the Golfing and I am working on my Masters paper which will deal with the illusions in golf and their paradoxes. Example : the club never goes straight yet always goes straight. Think angular motion and a flat plane. I do appreciate your good work and your production quality is excellent. Cheers FJN

Darren Cargill says:

You have an awesome swing….

Mark Hagen says:

You're the Babe Ruth of internet golf instruction. I always get a lot from it.

Kimchicracker says:

I recently discovered the “Faldo preset drill” which I find is a good way to get into the right position. This seems to be another way to get into the right spot.

Bobby S says:

another great video! I really enjoy the way you go about teaching. it's no nonsense and to the point!

markfx12 says:

I recently began implementing a simple 3 part pre-shot routine. Immediately after the 5 second routine, I step up, rehearse a short takeaway, return to address and immediately begin the full swing. I DO NOT dwell over the ball thinking about what shot mechanics I want to apply/avoid. This process seemingly moves the action of the swing from my analytical brain to my more intuitive side. It is a variation of the think box/play box approach developed by Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott. This pre-shot routine quiets the thinking process and allows the shot to simply happen in a more organic way.

Christopher Wilson says:

It is amazing how muscle memory works. Think about how many times you open your office door with a key and just hit that little slot every time or your car key.

135791113ful says:

Thanks for the instruction Adam. I'm counting on this drill to make my swing as smooth as Fred Couples.

bobber says:

Love your easy swing. Thank you

RiverRuns NC says:

I get this effortless power to getting the distance. However I just cannot do it consistently. I usually carry the ball 220-230, but when I'm in rythym I can carry 260.

Again.. just cannot do it consistently.. I'm naturally wanting to crush it..

Chana Weinstein says:

Thanks Adam. This is what I have been working on for a couple of months now. My backswing was much shorter. I do find that, in my practice shot, my backswing goes all the way up. But when do hit, it is shorter. How to correct?

Larry Murdock says:

One of the best — and simplest — lessons I have ever been lucky enough to learn. Great!

Matthew Borkoski says:

Thanks for al the great simple drills, taking the complication out of the golf swing.

anthony tomasiello says:

Most if not all your tips have helped me a great deal. Thanks

Phil Trotter says:

Thanks Adam always great content! I have watched your channel since I started playing golf almost a year ago.

Bizzaro500 says:

You lucky bastard! Out on the course/range while the rest of us are shutdown! Another great video!

Dudley Taylor says:

Never apologise for your excellent videos. Next best thing to playing.

Denogginizer says:

Awesome videos as always

Randy Fox says:

This was really helpful. Seems like something I could work on while playing and waiting on the group in front to hit

Edward Brown says:

Another great video..try to repeat the movement is very important..thanks

sledge300 says:

Thanx for another great post!!!

Ed Muldowney says:

Thank you for this video. Exactly what I'm trying to fix and improve! You are truly a great teacher. Thank you for your video's.

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