Cutting Motion Vs. Pro Swing

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Swinging the club with proper club head lag, power, and body rotation into impact for solid powerful golf shots.

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Charles King says:

The problem with golfers is they think they should swing the club to the right as a right hander… that’s an illusion the truth is you pull completely away from the ball Behind you I’m not gonna keep giving you guys free information

Matt Sallie says:

Great video πŸ‘

Nathan Sabula says:

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Jason Hagar says:

Hence my toe shots. I’m going to give this a try today.

The Truth About The Golf Swing says:

Nothing wrong with lifting the arms. Dropping the right shoulder is not necessary and adds excess tilt. Just drop the arms from the shoulder joint.

kdogg 83 says:

I can feel myself doing this every shot and struggle to stop! Constantly putting side spin on the ball

whitewhale4772 says:

Do you do lessons?

Simmo says:

I’ve gone from not liking shorts to getting a lot out of your tips, concise and easy to understand.

Andrew Choi says:

Hi Kerrod, I've been finding your videos incredibly useful. Thank you. I was also wondering if you could kindly produce a video on lateral head movement? I find that more the lateral head movement, it's easier for me to have full shoulder turn but at the same time it can feel like I lose balance or feel too many moving parts at impact. If I don't try to have any head movement, everything feel really stretched and "uncomfortable". Any tips would be greatly appreciated!!

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