Don't Turn Your Shoulders in the Golf Swing Like This!

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Golfer left visibly shocked after the most amazing golf lesson – CAUGHT ON CAMERA!

What makes the results of this Live Golf Lesson even more impressive is it came from a senior golfer. If you have ever wondered how to hit the golf ball straight and far you are in for a treat. Here's why you might struggle to strike your irons pure and make solid contact:

1. You don't turn the shoulders correctly in the golf swing
2. You aren't creating a simple circle in the golf swing
3. You don't have control over the club face
4. You don't create the snap at impact

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What's great is if you have any one of these faults in your golf swing they are really easy to fix and can make an instant impact on the quality of your ball striking not just with your irons but with your driver too.

For example if you want to hit your driver straight just getting the forearms aligned at address will be a real eye opener for you and if you want to strike your irons perfect simply shifting the swing circle towards the target will instantly improve strike.

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This golf lesson provides a couple of wonderful drills to help you hit your driver straight.If you are a beginner golfer and are looking for some golf driver tips that are simple and easy to do then you are going to love this.

I will show you the golf swing slow motion so that you can see what you need to do to improve.

We look at 3 things:

1. How to stop slicing your driver
2. How to swing more in to out or how to swing more inside out
3, How to get the correct impact position with driver

and I hope to do all this with simple golf tips so you can create an effortless golf swing


Jerry Petercheff says:

I appreciate the lessons you have with your dad. It just shows that you are never to old to learn new things and improve.

SwingEzzZZ says:

Very nice instruction. Lovely.

Robert O'Riordan says:

Great video, because too many videos show really low handicap players, but this shows with our level of golfer how to improve

David GC says:

Love the videos with your dad and that circle thanks Danny 😊

Marcel Jonker says:

I truly enjoy and benefit from your videos. It's a shame I do not seem to be able to get a normal reply on an email I sent

art funamori says:

The blue swing plane circle is one of the best visuals I have seen! Really helps me understand how to change swing direction.

Neil Evington Egonomical says:

Love watching this video, i shared a love of golf with my Dad until his passing in 2020. My Mum died in 1989 when he was only 55 and we took up golf together to help get over our loss and we totally got the bug. He never remarried but i became best friends with him all because of golf. It gave us over 30 years of fun and enjoyment and brought us close together and i can see that you have a close friendship with your Dad. Great to see and very instructional video. Thanks Danny

“CrazyJoe” says:

Great Job
The Shoulder Turn and Snap helped him tremendously!!!

Ikhiano says:

Danny boy, the visualisation of that circle and the left shoulder acting as a fulcrum has greatly improved my takeback, kept me centered and shifted my weight perfectly to my lead side on the down swing. Resulting in better contact and compression…all without thinking about it . Only thing is the ball flight is a lot higher. What's the cause of this ?

Toby Barker says:

dad rushes his downswing…he needs to finish his backswing. Great lesson guys

allen burdett says:

you are a great son !

Chip Young says:

Super video Danny. Your dad must be very proud of you.

Andres Cifuentes says:

Hi Danny, another great lesson. And great with your Father, excellent. I very much enjoy and learn a lot from your lessons.
I have a follow-up question on the "SNAP". Does the snap actually come from a wrist motion? It seems that using the wrists to snap would cause problems maintaining good club face angle on impact. But I don't see how to snap with some wrist action. Could you possible expand on how to create the snap, and the wrist involvement in that motion?
Andrés C.

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